- Many people "go green" by recycling or riding a bike instead of driving a car to work.
You can also "go green" by shopping this year.
Green Tuesday asks people to buy gifts in their communities.
It also encourages you to keep the environment in mind when shopping.
That could mean buying organic toys or clothes or even meals from organic restaurants.
"We're not just featuring toys that might say they're organic but come in plastic shrink-wrapped container. Everything that we sell that's green, is truly green. We sell a lot of organic products, things that are made out of recycled products," said Jessica Hatch with Imaginuity.
Many of the products at Imaginuity in Rhinelander are made in the USA.
They also make an effort to use recycled wrapping paper and gift bags.
"It's a lot more convenient for a retailer to buy products that are made in the USA. We get them once they're made instead of having to wait until they ship from overseas. It's a great product then," said Hatch.
Green Tuesday was started by Green America.
They are a non-profit group advocating for a cleaner, greener world.