Pulp Magic: Archive

NOVEMBER 9, 2015
Campaign Spotlight
By Mary Anne Hansan

Paper and packaging products are an integral part of our lives. They give us an outlet for our creativity.

Paper and packaging products are an integral part of our lives. They give us an outlet for our creativity.

Paper and packaging products are an integral part of our lives. They give us an outlet for our creativity.

NOVEMBER 6, 2015
Parents’ Technology Crisis and the Reassurance of Paper
By Mary Anne Hansan Tags digital cards stationery

In September’s issue of Southern Living, actress Reese Witherspoon talked to former first daughter turned reporter, Jenna Bush, about her new retail adventure called Draper James which, given Witherspoon’s penchant for writing thank you notes includes, among other things, stationery.

In September’s issue of Southern Living, actress Reese Witherspoon talked to former first daughter turned reporter, Jenna Bush, about her new retail adventure called Draper James which, given Witherspoon’s penchant for writing thank you notes includes, among other things, stationery.

In September’s issue of Southern Living, actress Reese Witherspoon talked to former first daughter turned reporter, Jenna Bush, about her new retail adventure called Draper James which, given Witherspoon’s penchant for writing thank you notes includes, among other things, stationery.

SEPTEMBER 28, 2015
In Support of Checkoffs
By Mary Anne Hansan Tags paper paper and packaging industry

If you read or listened to a recent NPR segment (“Why Does Government Act As Tax Collector For Agribusiness?” September 23, 2015) you’d come away with a less than clear understanding of how USDA commodity checkoff programs work. Checkoff programs ...

If you read or listened to a recent NPR segment (“Why Does Government Act As Tax Collector For Agribusiness?” September 23, 2015) you’d come away with a less than clear understanding of how USDA commodity checkoff programs work. Checkoff programs have been around under federal law since 1966 when Congress passed the Cotton Research and …

If you read or listened to a recent NPR segment (“Why Does Government Act As Tax Collector For Agribusiness?” September 23, 2015) you’d come away with a less than clear understanding of how USDA commodity checkoff programs work. Checkoff programs have been around under federal law since 1966 when Congress passed the Cotton Research and …

SEPTEMBER 18, 2015
Note to Bloggers: We’re in a Tree Planting Business
By Mary Anne Hansan Tags trees paper environment renewable resource

If I were to tell Grist’s editors that I knew of a group that planted 3.2 million trees every day in the United States, they’d probably want to give them an award. That group, of course, are the forestland owners—many ...

If I were to tell Grist’s editors that I knew of a group that planted 3.2 million trees every day in the United States, they’d probably want to give them an award. That group, of course, are the forestland owners—many of them families on small plots—who provide the raw material for paper and packaging products, considered among the most reusable ...

If I were to tell Grist’s editors that I knew of a group that planted 3.2 million trees every day in the United States, they’d probably want to give them an award. That group, of course, are the forestland owners—many of them families on small plots—who provide the raw material for paper and packaging products, considered among the most reusable and recyclable materials in the world.