5 Green Gift Ideas to Help Pollinators and Our Planet
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If you want to give a gift that helps birds, bees and more, consider these eco-friendly products. Nature lovers in your life will thank you!
photo credit: Uncommon Goods
Mason Bee Jar
Paper tubes stuffed inside an upcycled beer bottle lure the solitary mason bee, an important pollinator. $30 on Uncommon Goods.
The Naturalist’s Notebook
This five-year calendar helps keep track of memorable outdoor sightings to track changes in the environment. The book encourages us to record at least one observation a day. $20 on Storey.com.
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photo credit: Birds and Beans
Birds & Beans Coffee
This coffee, grown in the tropics on songbird-friendly lands, allows you to support birds with every sip. Prices start at $13 from Birds and Beans.
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Bees Wrap Single Bread Wrap
Keep your food fresh while cutting down on single-use plastics. You’ll never need plastic wrap again with this long-lasting, eco-friendly alternative. $26 at Gardeners Supply Company.
Friendsheep Organic Eco Wool Dryer Balls
Never buy disposable dryer sheets or fabric softener again! These reusable dryer balls are a simply adorable gift for an earth-conscious friend. $28 on Amazon.