Good Harvest Market celebrates earth day, helps nonprofit

In celebration of Earth Day, Good Harvest Market will roll back prices and donate five percent of its sales on Saturday, April 16 to the Waukesha County Land Conservancy. Customers will have the option of donating their roll back savings to the conservancy as well.
"The Waukesha Land Conservancy’s goal of preserving and protecting the Earth ties in well with Good Harvest’s goals," said Jody Nolan, store owner. "They are trying to protect some of the area’s most environmentally significant remaining natural areas for the public’s benefit, and Good Harvest is happy to donate a portion of our sales to this organization.  It’s our hope that the money we raise is used to help purchase additional land to save for future generations."
The 7th annual Earth Day Celebration at Good Harvest Market, located at 1850 Meadow Lane in Pewaukee, will feature a kid’s scavenger hunt, flower planting, free movie viewing and other local vendors with free samples and demos. A cookout lunch will feature grilled chicken and portabella mushrooms. More information on the day’s events can be found at

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