2.What recycled, reused, or eco-concious materials do you typically use? What is your favorite?Deifnitely wool sweaters and wool, with denim second. A friend gave me two huge bags of jeans from her kids who were into rodeo. I have a collection of thrift store wool sweaters that could last me a long time (but I keep buying more).
3. What non-art or craft related things do you try to do to lead an eco-savvy life?I recycle newspapers and magazines, aluminum cans, plastic, even though my city doesn't have curbside recycling. I reuse packaging when I can too. I made and use cloth shopping bags too. I try to consolidate my trips so I save on gas. I'm sure there may be more, but I can't think what though I do try to be environmentally responsible.4. What is the one thing you wish people would do more of to contribute to the green cause? Recycle and don't believe you always have to buy new.
5. Do you have a green hero? Artist or environmentalist or just uber-eco friend? No one person, but I still remember marching in San Francisco on the first "Earth Day" and listening to folks speak (just can't remember who--I know I'm really dating myself here, it was March 21, 1970)