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I've never been to the Green Festival and to me personally it seems like a stretch. At our house when we do have to use a plastic bag I wash and reuse them (we have one of those small wooden racks to dry them on) but I would guess I am in the minority. Then again, maybe it's important to meet people where they are. If you stigmatize someone for using plastic bags as in "you'll never be green," then maybe you turn them off from the entire movement, making it seem elitist and subsequently they'll never have their "ah ha" moment.
Is there some sort of criteria business who exhibit at the Green Festival have to meet?
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