Eco-friendly Products

These are all companies that help to support the mission to provide the best products for you and your family, as well as the planet. If you click-through from this page, the pennies I would be getting help to support this blog and its research. I sincerely appreciate it.

Green Planet Parties

Green Planet Parties is the premier shop for eco-friendly party planning. Find artisan handcrafted gifts, biodegradable tableware, reusable decorations and goodie bags for any eco-event and your guests and your planet will thank you!

Earth Mama Angel Baby® Gifts are one of my first to buy when there is a newly expecting mama or new sweet bundle to celebrate. They have worked for more than ten years to perfect their formulation to use the best and safest ingredients when we need them the most. I am currently digging the Bundle of Happy Suds.

 

Wild Dill has some of the sweetest organic, fair trade and natural toys, clothes and bedding for little ones. Find the perfect gift for the natural baby in your life. I am currently digging the organic sneakers!

 

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Abe’s Market has over 50 new natural and organic products available each week. From clothing, bath, and toys for kids to bath, beauty, and health, even home and pets! This is a true marketplace with an eye for sustainability. Not sure if you want a full size? They have started offering sample sizes to give new products a try. Just be sure to buy the biggest one you can (once you fall in love) to reduce packaging waste. And seriously, how cute is this Panda hat?

 

Tea Collection believes in connection, caring, and global citizenship. These are clothes that last, and they often have amazing eco-friendly collections.

 

Our Green House – natural & organic products for the home and baby is a lovely shop for eco-families, even pets! I could probably go on and one about the organic baby clothes, blankets, and toys; organic tees; organic soaps; recycled jewelry; fair-trade and recycled housewares’ and so much more. I am super digging the fair trade felted bird houses!

The Ultimate Green Store

The Ultimate Green Store is exactly that. You can find just about all of your eco-home needs at this one-stop shop. And how cool are these recycled glass water bottles?

 

20% off Holiday Cards

Try Paper Culture- You’ll love it! Get $5 off your first purchase with code: ECOMOD. Paper Culture is the place for eco-friendly invitations, thank you cards, stationary, and wall art. I am in love with the “Appleseed Birds” invites! 

create a healthy home shop mightynest.com

Mighty Nest is a beautifully stocked shop for the healthy, non-toxic home. I could browse endlessly, but I am simply coveting the stackable glass jars!

 

Eco Nuts Soap Nuts Natural Laundry

Eco Nuts is the purveyor of natural laundry products including the eco-friendly soap nut. You can get one year of award-winning certified organic laundry only $34.95, plus you’re choosing a safe and environmentally sensitive product. How cool is that?

 

BuyGreen.com is another one-stop shop for all things green. What I can’t wait for is this book (available through pre-order now).

 

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Shop Eco-Friendly at The Land of Nod. This place has some of the cutest artwork and some great eco-friendly options for kids.

Visit Scenic Powells.com

Powell’s is the largest independent bookseller in the country, and arguably the world’s greatest. From the store’s green initiatives to a large selection of books on Environmental Studies, you can find anything you could ever want in printed form here. Personally I am looking forward to reading Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail!

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Hipcycle is the shop that teaches us the meaning of upcycling in a totally fabulous way. Housewares, garden, even clothing and bags are made from items that would once have been discarded, but find new life here!

 
Eco-friendly Gifts from ECOlunchbox

 Eco Lunchbox has everything you need to pack a healthy, waste-free lunch whether that lunch is going to school, work, or in a backpack into the wilderness. I don’t think anyone could go wrong with the ECOlunchbox Three-In-One.

 
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Homegrown Collective is a collective of Members participating in a unique subscription service. Utilizing a “group buying” strategy, they seasonally curate the boxes and pass that savings along to you. Buy one box or opt to fully immerse yourself in a year’s worth of living a more self-sufficient and sustainable lifestyle.

 
Icebreaker New Collection

Icebreaker makes ethical merino wool clothing for the outdoors. Perfect for the mild nature lover to the hardcore outdoor enthusiasts. The Icebreaker Holiday Gift Guide always has something I love in it!

 

zulily.com is a great deals site that often has eco-friendly products at a significant discount. I can always find great gift ideas here.

Minted has a fantastic selection of indie designs in art, home décor, and stationery. Committed to planting 100,000 trees (or more) each year, you know your dollars are going toward indie designers, community building, and nature. Choosing 100% recycled paper is another eco-friendly choice. I am loving these joy across the globe holiday ornament cards!

 

NatureBox is a fun way to get new snacks delivered right to your door every month. Lots of fabulous choices no matter your dietary preferences, plus they even donate one meal for every box to Americans who need the help.

Kiwi Crate was built out of a passion for hands-on fun that encourages creativity and curiosity in children. A subscription service that delivers projects for kids that engage them in making, discovering, and learning. Several of great crate options based on age and interest are available. I am currently digging the Tinker Crate.

 

Amazon has everything. It may not be the perfect company, but if it allows you to buy safe and healthy products and get them to where you and your loved ones are, that’s all that matters sometimes.


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