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Green Day

I've been fortunate to have been able to tag along with Andy Biggs this week as he gave some lectures on "Digital Printing: What Your Mother Never Told You."  One question that kept popping up is "what's the most eco-friendly paper you have?"  To me, the "greenest" papers in the Moab family are the Moenkopi papers.  They're made from mulberry (kozo) fibers that are harvested from the bark of a living mulberry tree.  The tree isn't cut down and the bark renews itself quickly.  The Moenkopi Bizan takes it one step further.  It's handmade, which means it's made with a minimal amount of electricity and is dried by the sun.

A lot of the folks around here are partial to cotton as being just as eco-friendly.  We'll get to that next time.