7 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!

Birds & Beans Coffee

photo credit: Birds and Beans

This coffee, grown in the tropics on songbird-friendly lands, allows you to support birds with every sip. Prices start at $13.25 from Birds and Beans.

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 Butterfly Puddler Stone

Butterfly Puddler PlateVia Uncommongoods.com

Attract more butterflies to visit your garden with this ceramic puddler stone. We love the pretty thistle design! Place it in a sunny spot surrounded by their favorite nectar flowers.

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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.

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Bees Wrap Single Bread Wrap

bees wrap bread wrapVia Gardeners Supply Company

Keep your food fresh while cutting down on single-use plastics. You’ll never need disposable plastic wrap again with this long-lasting, eco-friendly alternative.

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Friendsheep Organic Eco Wool Dryer Balls

wool dryer ballsVia Amazon

Never buy disposable dryer sheets or fabric softener again! These reusable wool dryer balls are a simply baa-dorable gift for an earth-conscious friend.

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Funny Plastic Free Produce Bags

produce bagsVia Uncommongoods.com

Keep these cotton sacks handy for trips to the grocery store and farmers’ market. The adorable veggie graphics will bring a smile to your face during every trip through the produce aisle. The bags are washable and reusable—so you can feel good about keeping disposable plastic bags out of the landfill.

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Zero Waste Shampoo Bars

shampoo barsVia Etsy.com

Stop buying shampoo and conditioner in plastic bottles. These zero-waste shampoo bars, hand-crafted in Alaska, smell heavenly and keep your hair looking fantastic. We think they would also be a convenient choice for traveling or camping.

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Lori Vanover
Lori Vanover is the senior digital editor for Birds & Blooms. She has a bachelor's degree in agricultural and environmental communications from the University of Illinois. Lori enjoys growing vegetables and flowers for pollinators in her backyard gardens. She also is an avid bird-watcher.