Nancy Shrodes

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Maybe you have a reusable water bottle, and you skip the plastic bags at the farmers market or grocery store.

How to reduce your plastic waste in LA

Maybe you have a reusable water bottle, and you skip the plastic bags at the farmers market or grocery store.

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