A few weeks ago, Go Greener Melanie Milonas handed me a copy of Shade of Green Magazine, and I thought: how exciting it was that another piece of the local green puzzle had fallen into place! With a SMART car on its cover, the inaugural issue was off to the races.

Publisher Robin Jarvis has done an amazing job from cover to cover. The content is what really stands out, as theĀ  well-written articles are set against a clean, friendly design. The geek in me loved all the charts, tables, and infographics. Articles about going off the grid, local eco-weddings, and e-waste management were among my favorites.

I did ask Robin about her choice not to print the magazine on recycled paper, and was told it’s certainly something they are working on. Free copies are left in key locations around town, but are limited in number to reduce the impact of overruns. Ideally, you can support the cause by subcribing, and each issue will be delivered to your door.



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