Commitment to the Earth and to their community got Ken Wetherell, Neil Robinson and Kwah Waadabi (ardent members at Portland, Oregon's People's Food Co-op) thinking about new ways to move people and their things. So they created Portland Pedal Power (PPP), a bicycle delivery service that caters to customers of the ecologically responsible People's Food Co-op.
One happy customer, the new mother of a newborn baby, ordered PPP's combined shopping/delivery service making those first days much easier. Fees range from free to $10, depending on location. PPP is working on building delivery agreements with local businesses and establishing a riders network. For more information contact PPP's voice mail service at 503-296-2120. You can also find them at People's Co-op. Pedal on to sustainability! Note: I must add that I am the very proud younger sister of the brilliant Earth-loving Ken.