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Do It Green! Directory

The Do It Green! Directory has been promoting Minnesota’s green businesses and organizations online for a decade. With more than 13,000 visitors each month, it’s a great place to let sustainability-minded community members find out who you are and what you can offer them. The Directory is published by Do It Green! Minnesota, a local non-profit organization.

There has never been a better time to join the Do It Green! Directory! This year they’re upgrading the Directory—increasing its reach and making it an indispensible tool for the green community. They’re adding two NEW Directory versions:

  • A Print Directory: 10,000+ copies distributed free at high traffic Minnesota green businesses and green events.
  • A Downloadable Directory: free PDF download offered through Do It Green! Minnesota and various other green community partners’ online ads, e-newsletters and social media

All applicants in our directory pass a thorough a sustainability criteria process. You can be assured that Do It Green! Directory businesses and organizations are not greenwashing!

Memberships start at only $55 a year, making it a very affordable way to be found. The new Directory is launching this fall, and the deadline to join is September 14th, 2012. That means this is perfect timing for you to join and get in under the wire!

Click here to learn more and sign up today >>

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