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This page is for items that are considered difficult to find and/or are particulalrly important in the effort to make our area greener.
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One of the oldest magazines devoted to living green, Mother Earth News was telling people to treat the planet well before most of us knew what green was. http://www.motherearthnews.com/ will take you to their online version.
Endangered Species Garden Rain Barrels may be purchased locally. For more information, or to get your rain barrels, contact Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org
A different rainbarrel, made from recycled barrels is available by contacting email@example.com . Please contact them drect for details.
The store "Green"located downtown New Bern at 230 Middle Street (252) 633-9200, supports earth friendly products for the home and personal body care. No harmful chemicals to be washed down drains are sold.
The store has been the location for a forum hosted by the Albemarle-Pamlico National Estuary Program (APNEP) and the Albemarle-Pamlico Conservation and Communities Collaborative (AP3C) on Sea Level Rising and Population Growth in NC .
A guide to Green is available at http://goinggreenexplained.com . this guide has tips that help you go green and save you money.
Riverfront Builders has qualified as a Green Builder. please see their web site at http://www.riverfrontbuilders.com
Amy Wang is at:
Ward and Smith, P.A.
1001 College Court (28562) | Post Office Box 867
New Bern, NC 28563-0867
Living Well down east! http://www.livingwelldowneast.com/
Mission: To promote the use of organically grown products and assist all patrons in taking an active role in maintaining optimal health by providing natural and whole food supplements, foods, knowledge and service.
Batterys + on Martin Luther King Blvd near Wendys not only sells batteries, they recycle them. Whether you bought them there or not. While there, check out the incredible variety of batteries, from micro small to large. This is a company that is doing it's part to keep harmful metals and chemicals out of our landfill and deserves your support!