VICTORIA – Actor Woody Harrelson has played every character from a gullible bartender to an irascible porn publisher to the drunken hero in The Hunger Games, but in real life he wants to be a paper industry revolutionary who saves forests from chainsaws.
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Woody Harrelson Talks Step Forward Paper™
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Made from Agricultural By-Products
- Made from leftover wheat straw and does not impact the food supply chain.
- Small environmental footprint
- Additional income for farmers.
- Savings are made from not harvesting the valuable carbon stored in our world’s forests.
Who’s talking about Step Forward Paper?TM
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