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About: "Climate Counts is a collaborative effort to bring consumers and companies together in the fight against global climate change."
Big Green Purse
According to the site, Big Green Purse believes "that the fastest, easiest, most direct route to a clean and healthy environment is to shift our spending to environmentally-safe, socially responsible products and services."
Mission:"With an interest in design innovations that enhance sustainability, efficiency, and interactivity in the home, Inhabitat’s attention is focused on objects and spaces that are eco-friendly, multi-purpose, modular, and/or interactive."
According to the site, "Louisville Green is a fertilizer made of organic, nutrient rich and highly treated solids left over after municipal wastewater treatment."
Family Farm Project
This is a local CSA that you can join to pick up locally grown produce in Louisville.
Mission: "Our mission is to build a worldwide gifting movement that reduces waste, saves precious resources and eases the burden on our landfills while enabling our members to benefit from the strength of a larger community."
Local Harvest is a source for locating locally grown food, family farms, farmer' markets, co-ops, and restaurants.
New American Dream
According to the site, this group works to assist individuals with making purchases that "protect the environment, enhance quality of life, and promote social justice."
Rainbow Blossom Natural Food Market
This is the website for a local store that sells fantastic food. The site also has tips, recipes, articles, and the ability to shop online.
The site sells quality reusable bags.
About: "reestore take everyday waste objects and cheekily turn them into charming yet functional pieces of furniture and accessories." I personally, couldn't/wouldn't purchase any products, but they are interesting to view.
According to the site, "Seventh Generation is the nation's leading brand of non-toxic and environmentally safe household products."