The Green Wagon on Forest Ave. has been open for about a year and a half.
The store is filled with environmentally friendly products, from soaps and candles to organic mattresses.
About 70% of the merchandise is produced locally.
This year the Green Wagon is helping to coordinate a big sale at Nashville's annual Earth Day Festival.
Jennifer Casale with The Green Wagon says, "People are going to be learning about what they can do in their homes and in their lives to start being more environmentally friendly, and then there's going to be the Merchant Village which is going to be able to offer them some tools to take home immediately and to start folding into their daily routines and their habits."
The Nashville Earth Day Festival will be held this Saturday from 11am-7pm at Centennial Park.
The event is free of charge.
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