Trying to Stay Eco-Conscious

Trying to stay eco-conscious in our new normal? The plastic bags and extra paper towels might be a must, as are bleach solutions. But there are still a few resources locally that might be available on a limited basis to help continue to be eco-friendly.
The Zero Waste Market at Stanley Marketplace has closed for the time being, but they are doing online orders for eco-friendly household goods- bamboo dish cleaners, reusable bags, and some body care products. Plus, you are supporting a local business.Click here to visit their Website.
On the northwest side of Denver is another zero-waste store. Joy Fill. They are offering curbside pickup and deliver within a 5-mile radius. They will also ship from their store. They offer a number of eco-friendly cleaning and bath products. I have not visited the store but it’s worth checking out the Website and supporting another local business. Click here to visit their Website.
InfinityGoods is a zero-waste grocery delivery service that has just started in Denver. If you go to the Website and put in your zip code, you can see if they will deliver to your area. They have a number of local products and produce. Editor’s note: Infinity Goods had temporarily halted their delivery service.Click here to visit their Website.
For fresh produce and to support our local farmers, check out CSAs. I was able to sign-up for The GrowHaus CSA box order and also help support people in the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood at the same time. They also deliver to my zip code, 80209. There is currently a waiting list.