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April 14, 2011

Turn Your Old Seven Days Into an Eco-Friendly Planting Pot

Cover_041311 The great thing about a newspaper is that you can reuse it for all kinds of things after you read it, like liner for your cat's litter box, or kindling for the fireplace. (Some may argue that those are better uses of Seven Days even before you read it, but I digress.)

In keeping with our green theme for this week's issue, here's a project that's both eco-friendly and literally green — as in, it'll add some green life to your yard, desk or table. Our crack team of designers made those cool Seven Days papers-turned-planting pots on the cover.

Click here to learn how to turn your old copy of Seven Days into a pot.

the term GREEN is so bastardized now, and 7days is just on the bandwagon many years too late. If the paper really wanted to have a green issue, it would not even print it out and tell readers to view it online.

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