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"The activist is not the man who says the river is dirty. The activist is the man who cleans up the river." ~ Ross Perot
- A few months ago I found some beautiful paper by PapOrganics/Perennial Paper, but they don't have any information about how to buy it on their website.
- The Green Life now carries paper by Fish Lips, but it's not quite what I'm looking for
- Whole Foods in Venice carries pretty paper by Soolip but it's not holiday themed
- Bloomin' is cool because you can plant all their products when you're done with them (but they don't have a huge selection of wrapping paper).
- Natural Elements has really cool paper, and I've seen it at a few stores (though I don't see any for the holidays)
- Of The Earth has plant-able paper too, and some for the holidays!
- Peaceful Valley has a good selection, but not much for the holidays.
- Seltzer has really fun products, but not much for the holidays.
- Pre-used gift bags
When I bought my salads from GreenLeaf they handed them to be in a plastic bag - oh the horror! But then I remembered that they were very eco-friendly and the bag had to be recyclable. Of course it was, plus they wrote on the side that they're take 10 cents of your next order if you bring it back and reuse it. The bag is really nice and I hope all restaurants start using eco carry-out bags. The company that makes them is RestaurantBags.com. Although, I'd rather not use plastic at all, but sometimes your hands are full...