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What Grows Around Comes Around 55

From sustainable forestry to responsible disposal, take a closer look at paper’s lifecycle from start to finish.

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  • Kathy L. 25 days ago
    For birthdays, anniversaries, etc. my parents would go look at greeting cards, and find the ones they would choose for each other. Then they would share it with that person and enjoy it, and put it back on the rack. Saved money and paper - didn't have the problem of feeling forced to save a card for sentimental reasons. They were married 43.5 yrs, and that saved LOTS of paper!!!
  • Marlene and Ed B. 29 days ago
    I always take a photo with my cell phone of anything I would typically have used paper to make a note.
  • HELEN W. 30 days ago
    I only print when absolutely necessary and reuse all paper including store receipts, for notes, shopping lists etc.
  • Sachiyo N. 1 month ago
    I should not print easily. When I print, I want to copy on both sides.
  • Joni H. 2 months ago
    I use the back of old papers ( that don't have personal information ) , for my grocery lists, to do lists, and even in the printer !
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