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By Pat Burns, General Manager This past Saturday in a symbolic gesture of support for Earth Hour (a worldwide movement for the planet organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature), we dimmed a number of lights in the store. The organization had asked people to turn off all their non-essential lights...
Fair wages for all (including farmers), include the next generation, equal representation under the law, humane working conditions, good and respectful communication, a grievance policy/conflict resolution process, access to affordable healthcare, kids on farms (both kids of farmers and farmworkers...
1.    Unsubscribe from paper mailings The average American receives 40 pounds of junk mail per year.  That’s a lot of paper!  To add your name to an unsubscribe list, click here. 2.    Hang dry your clothes Vermont (unlike many other states) has a “right-to-dry” law, so you can line dry your...
Seventh Generation, the nation's leading brand of non-toxic and renewable bio-based household, baby and personal care solutions, works passionately every day to eliminate harmful toxins from everyday household products. For 25 years we've created products for healthy homes by using plant-derived,...
On Friday, April 25, City Market is also partnering with Seventh Generation and Cabot Creamery to provide free, reusable tote bags at the registers for customers who would normally need a bag in celebration of Earth Week.  For this one celebratory day, City Market will not have paper and plastic...

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