Take the Green Music Group Challenge No. 2, This Time with Sheryl Crow

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I know, I know. This may remind you of the infamous Sheryl Crow toilet paper caper, which she cleared up in a 2008 interview with TreeHugger. This time, the No. 2 refers to the second of nine challenges from the Green Music Group. Sheryl is asking fans to support "positive environmental legislation" by writing their senator. The deadline is May 7 for the contest, a partnership between GMG and Planet Green Instrumental. Write the letter using a tool from Headcount (all you need is your ZIP code to play), and you'll be able to download a free "Best of Bonnaroo" compilation featuring exclusive performances from Dave Matthews Band, Jack Johnson, Ani Difranco, Wilco and Guster.

You'll also have to take a picture with your local lawmaker, aide or even inanimate district office building and upload it to the site. See the instructions at the GMG page.

Besides the download, you'll be entered into a contest to win a Patagonia clothing prize pack, based on the awesomeness of the photo. A clever caption could put you over the top.

And, you'll be entered into a drawing to win the grand prize, a Honda Insight Hybrid.

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