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Goodwill's Eco-Story

What's your company's definition of sustainability, and why is it important to you? At Goodwill, our focus is keeping items out of landfills by recycling, reducing, and reusing. Sustainability is extremely important to us because we care about our environmental impact and the communities we serve. What are the most important sustainability issues your company deals with? Many people are familiar with our Goodwill Store & Donation Centers. Every day, these retail operations live and breathe our “reduce, reuse and recycle” message of sustainability. Our customers “reduce” their gently-used items by donating them to our Goodwill Store & Donation Centers. We then sell those donated items in our

River Revitalization Foundation - Milwaukee's Urban Rivers Land Trust

Water - central to Milwaukee's history, livelihood, and experience was also central to the 2016 Rock the Green festival location – Reed Street Yards. We thought we'd share what's going on in the water space in our community by interviewing the leaders who are helping to shape the discussions of Milwaukee as a Water City. This is the second of a series. We took a walk with Kimberly Gleffe, Executive Director of the River Revitalization Foundation (RRF) around the recently revitalized Wheelhouse Gateway, Turtle Park, and new Kiwanis Landing to get a feel for this new gem of the city's green, urban landscape. Kimberly is passionate about the rivers, the city, the community, and the environmen

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