24 Feb '15, 8pm

The world's first plantable coffee cup replenishes local flora

In America alone, over 145 billion disposable coffee cups are discarded annually. People’s coffee habits have led to a startling amount of waste, much of which fails to end up in recycling bins. Then again, they can only be reused a couple of times before they end up in landfills too. Enter the seeded cup: made of post-consumer paper, these compost-certified cups have organic native wildflower seeds embedded in them, so they can be planted after use to help replenish barren soil and attract/feed indigenous local pollinators. A Kickstarter campaign is currently underway to fund their production—read on to learn more!

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