East Nashville Farmers Market
Monday, September 3, 2012
Kathy Kuhn Wants To Know: What's In Your Kitchen?
by Jas Faulkner
My initial inspiration was the old timey saying
but after reading a lot of different
doing some internet research on green living, I found that
the new way of saying an old
Reduce, Re-use, Recycle
For most households, living a greener life starts with what goes into
and on the table.
Finding items that are eco-friendly and easily
integrated into the day
to day goings on in a household
can be a challenge.
Kathy Kuhn saw such a need
was going unanswered, and this was one
the creation of her company,
At the same time, she wanted to echo the economy and frugality
that makes the
green movement not
only a smart choice in the global
sense but a wise way
to manage a household on a very local level.
The magical "Three R's" play a big role
in the ethos behind Green 24-7.
"In times like these implementing the three “R’s” into
routine not only
saves money and promotes efficiency
in running the household,
gives us a clear
knowing that we are making a
difference in helping to promote a
sustainable lifestyle for the generations to come."
A visit to the Green24-7 tent is a chance to see cutting-edge products that
composting and implementing smaller changes that add up
when it comes to reducing your individual
carbon footprint so much easier.
Kuhn does her research to to see that her products are as green
in their origins
as they will be in their use. Most are created from recycled or recyclable
o eco-minded customers can buy with confidence.
Kuhn hopes that a taste of the smaller successes in going green will inspire
to take bigger steps towards adopting more sustainable households.
is "to reach the average American family and business in their day to
Small changes have big outcomes when more and more people
continue to live responsibly."
What three things does she think we can do to
make Nashville a cleaner,
greener placeto live?
"Recycle, Reduce (waste) and Reuse.
We cannot continue to throw everything into a
giant trash can and buy new
With attitudes changing, ENFM Blog asked Ms Kuhn what she sees that makes
her feel hopeful about the future of Nashville as an eco-friendly city.
"Many people are into recycling and most are open
that they know they must
begin to do so. It is easy and it is simply routine.
If you have a compartment or bin to
put recycleable items in, your household or business
stays organized and is acting
responsibly. It is the least we all can do and
it's not cool to ignore its importance."
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East Nashville Farmers Market!
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