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Green Guide Rejects

Eight features that didn’t make the cut for City Weekly’s Green Guide 2011:

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8. “Green Arrow, Green Lantern & Green Hornet: Unsung Compost Superheroes”

7. “Can’t Resell? Recycle! How to Turn Your Hybrid Car Into Yard Art”

6. “Get Sunny: Retrofit for Solar Power in Time for (Possible) July Sunlight in Utah”

5. “4:20 411: How to Keep The Man (and the Hippies) Out of Your ‘Special’ CSA Stash”

4. “Wrap (and Recycle) That Rascal: Test-Driving the New Reusable Condoms”

3. “Saving the Trees: A 16-Page Guide to Going Paperless”

2. “Tie-Dye Torture: Six Tips for Listening to a Jam Band While Not High”

1. “Some Green Topic and a Number: Because People Are Suckers for Lists”

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