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Wyclef Jean Shares His Eco-Friendly Boots With Martha Stewart

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Martha Stewart continues to promote the greener side of life! Last month it was how to have a meatless Thanksgiving, followed by the recent announcement of her new eco-friendly brand of home cleaning products. On Tuesday, Stewart invited singer and philanthropist Wyclef Jean on the show to discuss the inspiration behind his music and the work he’s doing with Timberland to support his Yéle Haiti organization.

Wyclef has partnered with Timberland to create the Yéle Haiti Earthkeepers collection of eco-conscious boots. For every pair sold $2 will go to Yéle Haiti to support reforestation in Haiti. Wyclef wore the Yéle Haiti Earthkeepers 6 Inch Boot in Beige and surprised Martha with a pair of her own! Then, naturally, the pair then cooked a brisket.

Check out a video of the cooking duo below:

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