We toured a Habitat for Humanity “ReStore” in LaGrange, Georgia, today. While there, I interviewed store employee Zach Maxon and store manager Donna Weathers. I learned the ReStore is a second hand store for construction material. Ms. Weathers said last year alone the Restore here kept a phenomenal 108 tons of building material from going to the landfill. Besides construction material, Maxon said the store also sells used furniture, and the like. He explained all this recycling saves trees, cuts down on the burning of fossil fuels in the making new items, and the money generated by the ReStore helps fund the building of more Habitat for Humanity homes.