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Art Walk and Sustainable Shopping

Jodie Schwicht
Main Street Pocatello, site of the monthly First Friday Art Walk

In this episode, Jodie Schwicht interviews four local business owners/vendors operating at the monthly Pocatello Art Walk on their thoughts on sustainability and how shopping small can reduce consumer impacts on the environment.

Sources referenced in this episode

Studies on consumer spending and influence on sustainable business models:

Links to featured vendor websites/contact details:

Goodbye, Hello Crafts and Boutique

Main Street Mercantile and Antiques

Cherub Capers Creations

Latecia Herzog (Blingy Thingy Buckles)


Jamie Helmandollar, joint founder and co owner of Goodbye, Hello Crafts and Boutique
Michelle Rasmussen, owner of Main Street Mercantile and Antiques
Letecia Herzog, an owner of Blingy Thingy Buckles
Alecia Churba, owner of Cherub Caper's Creations

Jodie Schwicht is a Communications graduate and Music Performance major at Idaho State University. Outside of academics, you are likely to find her performing with the ISU Choirs and Music department, reading at various Pocatello coffee houses, and multitasking on a number of personal craft projects.