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Project Green Fork


This month marks Project Greenfork’s 5th anniversary! Margot McNeeley launched Project Green Fork in 2008 to help the Memphis restaurants she loved become greener and more sustainable. What started as a few restaurants has blossomed into 55 restaurants, from Cafe Eclectic to Muddy’s Bakeshop; from Chiwawa to Bluff City Coffee; and of course Central BBQ, which is where we caught up with Margot and her intern, Beth, who is a student at Rhodes College.

Show your love for Project Green Fork by eating at any of their certified restaurants, which you can find on this handy list.

You can also follow them on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

Well, ok, not everything, but we try to keep a close pulse on the great things going on in the city, and it is our joy to share those things with you, three times a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday). No spam, cross our hearts.


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