Bay Leaf Wreath with Rosemary
Bay Leaf Wreath with Rosemary $40
Made from organic Bay Leaf Laurel from California, these 16-inch wreaths are both attractive and fragrant with rosemary woven into each piece. Hang over the mantel or in the kitchen for easy access to the fresh rosemary for cooking.
Sherpa 50 Solar Recharging Kit $350
An ultra-portable and environmentally conscious power supply that charges via the sun even on cloudy days, the Sherpa 50 weighs less than a bottle of water, and can add 15 hours of power to a tablet or one to two hours on a laptop.
Lignum Vitae Guitar Picks $24
Ra Denney, a musician and creator of Surfpick, is committed to the idea that the pick is the crucial link between the player and instrument. These hand-sculpted picks are made in Ocala, Florida entirely of 100% Lignum Vitae, the strongest, densest wood on earth.
All-Purpose Dirt $32
When Savannah, Georgia's Prospector Co. say their product is "all-purpose," they really mean it. Be in harmony with mother nature with an all-natural, cleansing dirt comprised of finely powdered rhassoul, white kaolin, and French yellow clays that will make your face, hair and skin feel great.
Hand in Hand
Ethically-Sourced Soaps $61
Vermont's Bill Glabb and Courtney Apple create Fair Trade triple milled shea butter soaps that literally save lives. With their "buy a bar, give a bar" program, the socially-responsible company makes soap available to children in need, and a portion of the proceeds is used for rainforest conservation projects. Hand in Hand wraps each bar of lavender, orange blossom and white tea soap in eco-friendly packaging and provides a free carbon offset.
Sarah Rainwater Design
Edible Flower Heirloom Seed Kit $50
Rhode Island designer Sarah Rainwater provides all the essentials needed to start growing calendula, lemon mint, nasturtium and starflower at home. The pristinely packaged seed kit includes seeds, biodegradable paper pots and a wooden planter with glass vials for displaying what you've grown.
FTO Guatemala Café Femenino $5
These Klatch Coffee medium roast beans are from a women-run co-op farm in the Nahuala region of Guatemala. The CafÃ© Femenino Coffee Project began in Peru with now more than 1,500 women in Bolivia, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Peru, and Guatemala are actively involved in growing single origin Fair Trade coffee. These beans offer the aromas and flavors of chocolate, nuts and citrus.
Apolis + Kinfolk
Garden Bag $78
The socially-motivated lifestyle brand Apolis teamed up with Kinfolk magazine to create this handsome garden bag. Handcrafted by a co-op of female artisans in Bangladesh, the bag is made from golden jute fiber with a durable waterproof lining, and boasts six pockets, vegetable dyed straps and nickel rivets for extra utility.
Skin Smart Gift Set $$20.00
Making the daily beauty ritual more delicious, this gift set comes with four Fair Trade organic tea varieties including cherry marzipan, cucumber mint, honey yuzu and lychee coconut. Each ingredient has been chosen for its detoxifying properties and flavors that compliment green tea. The set also comes with a Tea FortÃ© oval serenity cup with and silicone tea cozy.
Thank You Tote $35
Artist Lauren DiCioccio is known for re-creating perfect replicas of mundane, everyday objects by embroidering them by hand. With the Thank You Tote, the ubiquitous plastic bag is transformed into a reusable dead ringer for the soon-to-be-obsolete grocery bag.
x3 Watering Can $49
As its name implies, Paul Loebach's x3 Watering Can is made from a single metal tube that has been carefully bent three times to form its classic shape. The handsome container follows traditional construction with one fluid handle that allows you to grab hold up top when carrying it full of water, and on the side when in use.
Oru Kayak $850
Designer Anton Willis' origami-inspired kayak offers city dwellers a chance to keep up their penchant for open waters with a foldable structure that easily goes from boat to box. The fully recyclable 12â€™ long, 25â€ wide kayak features a double-layered plastic hull that can be assembled in as little as five minutes.
Designed to bring light to the three billion people around the world living without electricity, the Luci is a collapsable, solar powered lamp with compelling potential. For each Luci that is purchased MPOWERD promises to send another Luci to a community in need.
Botanical Paperweight $61
Perfectly preserved, this handsome paperweight captures the graceful structure and magical whimsy of a dandelion, one of nature's most useful flowers.
Blooming Hill Farm
Parish Hall Caramel Corn $6
The serious foodies behind acclaimed Brooklyn restaurants Egg and Parish Hall add their farm-to-table touch to popping fresh caramel corn. Produced at upstate NY's Blooming Hill Farm, this sweet and savory snack is doused in caramel and spiced with fennel and cayenne pepper.
Grow Love With Me $41
From Yoko Ono, Grow Love with Me is a piece of conceptually functional work that is composed of an aluminum can and a dormant bean. After a few days, the seed sprouts and splays open to display the word "love," and the plant can later be transported to be grown in the ground.