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You've gotten some great links. I also am a fan of rabbit.org for information. Rabbits definitely need greens, but you need to wait until they are about 12 weeks old to slowly introduce veggies.
And though pine shavings are not safe, dried pine pellets are okay because the dangerous oils are dried out. So for example woodstove pellets, and feline pine are examples of safe litter made from pine.