Archive for 'Plastic Bags'
Yes! I finally got to see The Little Green Bag Project in action. The Whole Foods in Mount Pleasant was swarming with Saturday traffic, and Jennifer and Mike were handing out bags to anyone willing to use them. As the bags went out, and the donations rolled in, it became clear that this project is […]
Thanks to everyone for participating in the Go Green canvas bag poll. 40% of respondents are using their own canvas bags unless they forget them…I know I’m certainly in this group. And I appreciate the honesty of the 23% who are still using store bags. I was like that less than a year ago, but […]
We’re trying to come up with a comprehensive list of disposable items that are designed to be used only once. Often these items can be reused, but most often they go straight to the landfill after their brief blossom of convenience. Around our house, we’ve really been trying to fine tune our greenness and reduce […]
Looks like Jennifer and The Little Green Bag Project team have been busy. They’ve got two events lined up in the coming weeks, and a stack of bags to release into the wild. Spread the word, grab a bag, and support this important project. July 22nd, 3-6 p.m. – Juanita Greenbergs will be hosting a […]
People want to make a difference! I just got turned on to The Little Green Bag Project, and I’m stoked. This is what we need. People working together with local businesses to educate and change behavior one person at a time. Awendaw resident Jennifer Mathis started this initiative with 13 sponsors and 300 bags. She […]