Gift giving can be extra fun and special when it is also healthy and eco-friendly.
VivaGreenHomes.com publishes an annual eco-friendly gift guide with ideas for adults, children and pets. Check out their recommendations for 2016. All the gifts are under $65. Happy holidays!
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SOLO Eyewear- Recycled Plastic Sunglasses
Learn more $65.00
Solar Powered Phone Charger for iPhone, iPod, iPad, Samsung, HTC, GPS & Gopro Camera
Learn more $18.99
The Man Can All Natural Bath and Body Gift Set for Men
Learn more $52.99
EcoFarms Organic Non Gmo Vegetable Heirloom Seeds Kit for Home Gardening
Learn more $22.88
Bath Bombs Gift Set, Large, Organic & Natural Ingredients
Learn more $24.69
Preserve Nested Mixing Bowl Set Made from Recycled Plastic, Set of Three
Learn more $20.65
Kalalou Recycled Flip Flop Large Rectangle Mat
Learn more $53.95
Taza Chocolate Mexicano Chocolate Disc Sampler, 10.8 Ounce
Learn more $19.23
100% Certified Organic Cotton Baby First Doll, 11 inches
Learn more $17.95
Recycled Science: Bring Out Your Science Genius with Soda Bottles, Potato Chip Bags, and More Unexpected Stuff
Learn more $6.97
Eco Kids Natural Plant Dye Modeling Dough
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EnerPlex Packr Commuter Solar Powered Backpack
Learn more $35.95
Cycle Dog High Roller Ball Dog Toy, Ecolast Post-Consumer Recycled Material
Learn more $12.41
Cycle Dog Bottle Opener Recycled Dog Collar with Seatbelt Metal Buckle
Learn more $21.49
Deluxe Corrugated Cat Scratcher: Rambo's Scratch–O–Lounger Wave By AddibeePets made from Tightly Compressed Recycled Cardboard
Learn more $29.97
Kari Klaus is a Northern Virginia Realtor and founder and CEO of Viva Green Homes. In addition to working on establishing Viva Green Homes as the most popular sustainable homes site, she also is volunteering and working with local animal rescue groups in Mexico. Read all of Kari's MOTHER EARTH NEWS posts here.
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