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Friday Nights at envi

In an effort to spread the word about Wild Root Market in a fun, relaxed way, we will be meeting current, prospective and future Owners on Friday nights from 5 - 7 p.m. through May at envi (316 Main Street in downtown Racine).

envi is an environmentally conscious three-story ultra lounge featuring a modern dynamic cuisine, specialty drinks made with fresh juices and herbs and dancing on Friday and Saturday nights. envi (and Wild Root Market!) owner, Doug Nicholson, is offering fifty cents off cocktails and wine and a dollar off tap beer.

So come on down, meet Wild Root Market Board Members, Owners and your neighbors while putting your week behind you. This is your chance to have one-on-one conversations with members of the founding team, ask questions, hear from Owners why they have joined and get excited about this up-and-coming natural foods grocery store. 

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Who? Anyone interested in seeing Wild Root Market open in Racine (which is everyone)

When?  Friday Nights through May

Where? envi, 316 Main Street

Time? 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Why? To ask questions, help us spread the word by inviting friends, relax and unwind in this beautiful setting


Respect the Source: Thinking About Sustainability From a Different Perspective

Markus Kasunich has been practicing and refining natural healing techniques for over 15 years. He facilitates workshops, gatherings, lectures and private sessions worldwide, including Racine!

He has been “hands on” manager of organic gardens using sustainable methods to grow fruit and vegetables for almost 10 years. He was a practicing vegan for 8 years and has been exploring alternative, holistic, and healthy diet and lifestyles ever since.

He has written an article for Wild Root Market, Respect the Source, which, among other things, explores the definitions of "sustainability" and "responsibility" and which we invite you to read in its entirety here.

Enjoy an excerpt:

"Wherever I travel, I make it my policy to support organic and local farming, community markets, food co-ops, and sustainable industry in order to raise awareness of the vast benefits that are available at every level. It is a lifestyle choice. As we allow ourselves to "Let food be our medicine. Let medicine be our food," [10]  we will only see the positive impact on every aspect of our being. 

This is the undeniable wave of the future...However one may choose to identify this growing awakening, one thing is certain. We are being inspired to once again, respect, remember, and return to our so called… “Wild Roots.” Accept the invitation to become involved in the solution for our future."

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