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Re: How to Make an Eco-Friendly Snack Bag

i can't speak for the environmentally-friendly aspects of the vinyl fabric, but the plastic bag/bottle industry is heavily energy- and water-intensive. on the whole, reusing something, even if it needs to be cleaned, uses less resources than buying something new each time. for example, it is more environmentally-friendly to use a dish towel (including the washing) than it is to use paper towels, since the production of paper towels uses significantly more water.

we wash out our ziploc bags, but this is cuter!

Re: How to Make an Eco-Friendly Snack Bag

i can't speak for the environmentally-friendly aspects of the vinyl fabric, but the plastic bag/bottle industry is heavily energy- and water-intensive. on the whole, reusing something, even if it needs to be cleaned, uses less resources than buying something new each time. for example, it is more environmentally-friendly to use a dish towel (including the washing) than it is to use paper towels, since the production of paper towels uses significantly more water.

we wash out our ziploc bags, but this is cuter!

Re: Book Giveaway - Backcountry Betty: Roughing It in Style

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Re: Book Giveaway - Backcountry Betty: Roughing It in Style

me! me!

Re: Book Giveaway - Backcountry Betty: Roughing It in Style

me! me!

Re: Book Giveaway - Backcountry Betty: Roughing It in Style

me! me!