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#007 Stephanie Lentz - On a progressive journey to a Zero Waste life

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As a Seattle native, Stephanie has a deep appreciation for the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. With a background in teaching, she is passionate about educating the community on how to waste less and live more so that we can all improve the quality of our lives as we learn to walk more gently on the planet.

Stephanie is motivated by her love for her family. Founding Scoop Marketplace is not only a way to create healthier food systems and heal the planet for her children, but also to show them that we are made to be a beneficial presence in the world, and we can do hard things. The tragic state of our planet may not be our fault, but it is our responsibility, and we all have enough good in us to do something about it.

Her business Scoop Marketplace is a zero waste grocery store in Seattle, WA. They offer an efficient shopping experience with a variety of package-free groceries in one easily accessible location.

By sourcing products in bulk, they are eliminating the need for disposable packaging and significantly reducing our environment impact while saving customers time and money.

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Book:  A zero waste life: In 30 days by Anita Vandyke

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