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Celebrating Five Years of Ecorazzi (ebook)

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Ecorazzi started on a whim in August 2006. We’ve still got a few more months of being 5 years old.  Here’s a little something we put together to celebrate our fifth anniversary.

Celebrating Five Years of Ecorazzi is an ebook of quotes and stories from our colleagues, leaders of non-profit organizations we admire, and Ecorazzi’s Founders, staffers and readers.

We hope you enjoy it as much as we did. This is a great way to finish up our fifth year!

Celebrating Five Years of Ecorazzi

Inside: Michael d’Estries & Rebecca Carter, Co-Founders of Ecorazzi. Michael Parrish Dudell, former Senior Editor. Colleen Holland, VegNews. Meaghan O’Neill, Treehugger. Alexis Henry, Surfrider Foundation. Captain Paul Watson, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. Chloe Jo Davis, GirlieGirl Army. Gene Baur, Farm Sanctuary.  Jason Wachob, MindBodyGreen. Erin La Rosa, Former Senior Editor. Allyson Koerner, editor. China DeSpain Freeman, editor. Readers: Suzy Hopkins, David Hume, Sarah Vaz, Sarah Stanley, Rhea Parsons, Trudee Lunden, Eco18.com.

A special thank you to our fabulous intern Eva Kwolek for putting this together!

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