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Bag It Boulder


Want to keep Boulder at the forefront of citywide environmental initiatives? Want to see some real changes happen while you are still in this zip code? Come see a free movie and sign the petition to BagIt in Boulder.

Boulder is currently working on an ordinance that would limit the use of plastic and paper grocery bags in the city. Other cities around Colorado are working on similar measures, either banning all together, or placing a fee on the use of these bags in grocery stores and large retail chains. Come to this free screening, see a great documentary about Telluride, made by a fellow Coloradan, and sign the petition to BagIt in Boulder!

New Era Colorado and the Environmental Center at CU will be screening BagIt The Movie, Thursday February 23 @ 6:30 in Hale 270 on CU’s Boulder Campus.

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