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Friday, April 15, 2011

Green Issue Content Now Online

The Source Weekly's Green Issue debuts it's incredibly eco-friendly content online.

Posted By on Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 8:23 PM

Each week we post all of the content from the paper online, and when it comes to this week's special issue - there really is no other option. In keeping with the theme of The Green Issue, which features articles on wind power, composting in school cafeteria's, solar power, and tips for going green, we've posted it all online in an increased effort to support our planet. The Green Issue, which debuts on stands just before Earth Day, deserves to be recycled - pass along your print copy to a pal, and share the online links with your followers and friends.  

Click any of the links in this post, or on The Green Issue logo to the right to find content so green you can practically see it sprouting up out of the ground. Too silly? Probably, but one thing is for sure, The Green Issue is not - it's sustainably awesome.


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