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Eco-products benefit local conservation center

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Summit County, Colorado

SUMMIT COUNTY ” Local residents can support the High Country Conservation Center and stock up on non-toxic, environmentally friendly products at the same time, thanks to a partnership between the center and Between the Peaks Wellness.

The local wellness business has set up an agreement whereby a 5 percent slice of the sales price of cleaning and personal care products sold will go to the center.

“We work with a lot of nonprofits,” said Between the Peaks Wellness director J. Hamilton Caldwell. “We’re trying to get the products in schools and daycares so they don’t have to use bleach and dioxins,” she said.



The company will sponsor a booth at today’s Earth Day Action Fair to create more awareness about the fund raising effort.

For more information, contact betweenthepeaks@msn.com, or go to http://www./www.livetotalwellness.com/.


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