Watched the Wetlands documentary the other night on NetFlix. The Wetlands was the place to see Jam Bands in the early 90s in NYC. Saw many great shows there-Spin Doctors, Blues Traveler, Gov't Mule, etc. The place billed itself as an "activist" music club, so there was always literature being handed out about tree-hugging and saving the earth. In the beginning of the documentary there is a picture of a music fan with homemade sign that had the Home Depot logo painted on it along with, "Old growth wood, Don't buy it or sell it." I don't think they made the connection between their cause and the instruments the musicians were playing that allowed that place to keep its doors open.