Alternative & Green Gift Guide
Sustainable and "experience" gifts are not only better for the planet, they're also more meaningful than the typical store-bought presents. Use the EarthShare green gifting guide for the holidays and beyond.
Using his iPhone, a GPS app, his Mission Bicycle and a heart as big as... well as big as San Francisco, Payam took this ride for his girlfriend, Clare. She's in Toronto so they won't be able to spend the holiday together but he wanted to create his valentine in a unique way. ---Awwwww. So darn sweet.
For Valentine's Day, Payam rode his bike around San Francisco in the shape of a heart for his long distance girlfriend.
Looking for an #Easter treat you can buy without guilt? Shade-grown, #organic, fairly paid for cacao makes for a delicious dark #chocolate creation you can be proud to give (and eat!) #shadegrown #sustainable
Wearable handmade art & prints that benefit EarthShare & the environment! Thank you MichelleManleyArt on Etsy etsy.me/18G4IIv
Reusable Organic Cotton Produce Bags - Made from 100 percent organic unbleached cotton, these punchy, patterned totes are a guilt-free alternative to plastic produce bags. #sustainability #susty #greentip
A National Parks pass is your ticket to more than 2,000 federal recreation sites. Each pass covers entrance fees at national parks and national wildlife refuges as well as standard amenity fees at national forests and grasslands, and at lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management and Bureau of Reclamation.
Paper rosettes Christmas ball ornament
Show your support for our National Parks and for eco-shopping with this new Sierra Club tote! Featuring a fanciful “mass-transit” National Parks map.
New Dream's Simplify the Holidays Pledge offers many fun and creative actions you can take to add more meaning and environmental mindfulness to the holiday season. This year, take the pledge to simplify your holidays!
Alternative Non-Stuff Gift Ideas For 'No Gifts Please' People — 2010 Green Gift…
Did you ever make a coupon book for your parents when you were little? A coupon for a hug, or a coupon to clean the dishes? The ideas still apply. Give your loved one the night off. Offers to cook, clean, babysit, run errands, fix, repair, or build are priceless for busy people.