Bag it Duluth
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or the Love of Place!




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With our many growing seasons under our belt, Growing Farms is making long range plans.  

Modeled after similar farm incubator, social enterprise organizations such as Intervale, DCF is looking for volunteers and donations. If you have time, energy and/or wisdom that you'd like to share, please contact us!

How Can I Help?


We are getting many questions from teachers, children, businesses, organizations and citizens. Here are some suggestions about how you can get involved:

Add your name as an individual, business or organization to our list of community support.

Engage your organization or favorite business and ask them to add their name in support.


Call or email your City Councilors to let them know you support our proposal and would like them to enact legislation.


Host a screening of the film Bag it in your school, organization, or with friends. For a copy, contact Sally Munger at 728-0711 or via email!


Host a reusable bag collection event and donate bags to our local community service organizations such as CHUM.

Thank those organizations that have added their name in support and join you in a shared love of place.


Don't forget to bring a reusable bag to the store and model how to act and think differently!


    Tools And Resources


    Host a Screening of the Bag it film in your school, organization, or with friends. For a copy, contact Sally Munger at 728-0711 or via email!


    Print out this sheet of business cards (pdf) on thick paper or cardstock and leave one with your server or the business manager. 


    Thanks for Considering Alternatives

    These cards asks businesses to consider using alternatives to styrofoam to-go containers and to first ask if customers need a straw.


    Thanks for Making the Switch

    These cards thank businesses for making the switch towards more ecologically sustainable products.


    Adopt a Policy or Resolution

    Such as this College of St. Scholastica Resolution asking adminstrators to place a fee on carry out bags and to phaseout straws.