From an online tool to plant and maintain an organic vegetable garden to an app connecting buyers and sellers of used goods, these experience gifts (many free) don't require boxes, gift wrap, or batteries.
My flame for the small-business and artisan supporting marketplace was re-kindled surfing the 263 items -- from mat bags, to hand-knit yoga socks, calming wall art and more -- made locally in Brooklyn alone.
For a while I have been thinking of getting a Kindle. It saves trees and eliminates the impact of transportation and with Amazon's recycling scheme in place as well as the fairly long lifespan of the Kindle, the problem of e-waste seems less worrying
I have a few issues with gift cards. First, they're little plastic cards that people rarely ever refill and therefore are basically single-use items. The recycling rate on these is probably very low (though the
Dads like to pretend they are easy to please: But when it comes to the perfect gift...well sometimes it's the no-fuss men that are the worst, tucking that gift away in a closet forever.
This Father's day, choose one of these green gifts: From classic gla