by , 06/07/05

Markers are another art supply must-have for most classrooms. Send your kid to school with Clementine Art Natural Markers to ensure he’s creating safely. This set includes four markers that get their vibrant hues from plant and mineral pigments. Like all of Clementine Art’s natural art supplies, these markers are free of chemical dyes and other additives, and they come in recycled packaging that’s made with wind energy.

$8.14 at Clementine Art >

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  1. brian June 7, 2005 at 7:23 pm

    Nice call greg!
    I hadn’t heard of before, thanks for pointing them out to me.
    I originally started thinking about urban forestry after Halifax was hit by hurricane Juan a couple of years ago. I was fortunate enough to live out on the East coast of Canada for a number of years in my early 20’s and fell in love with the city. When Juan hit, Halifax was directly in its path and with it, the city’s Point Pleasant Park, situated on the oceans shore. Approx. 70% of the trees (55,000+) in Point Pleasant Park (akin to NY’s Central Park) were downed or severly damaged by Hurricane Juan.
    I’ve never considered myself to be a dyed-in-the-wool hippie by any stretch, but the sense of loss I felt upon hearing of Point Pleasants devastation was powerful – I have fond memories of wandering along its paths when the weather was too nice to keep me in class…

  2. greg June 7, 2005 at 5:16 pm

    can’t forget about Urban Hardwoods in this discussion.

    they do the same thing, except they make furniture out of the wood.

    i think all you would have to do is integrate this with a tree planting service and you would have “cradle to grave” sustainability.

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