Green Gift Ideas from our Facebook Friends
RollingJubilee.org... it’s got “green” written all over it.
— Jennifer Teed
I give a voucher for seedlings of the heirloom tomatoes that I raise from seed each spring.
— Candy DeBerry
I will be making homemade granola for friends and family this year. This is the recipe I will be using: Homemade Granola
— Christine Cook
I like those cards that say you have donated to a worthy cause in someone’s honor. I also like sewing gifts such as reusable shopping bags, hats, and eye pillows made of silk stuffed with millet and lavendar — the possibilities are endless!
— Julie Carter
A bus pass is a great gift.
— MacGregor Eddy
Many relatives will be donating in honor of one another to the Red Cross to help with Sandy!
— Denise Brennan Dailey
We are making photo books for my six nieces and nephews out of cardstock, binder rings, and photos we took on our trip to visit them recently.
— Sarah Guillerman Dooley
I use my coffee grinder to make custom-dried herb mixes for my family. I use jam jars or other small jars letting them know what they got. I also provide two recipes for them to use. I also infuse olive oils and make my own yummy balsamic dressing.
— Kathy Papineau
TIME. Read to someone. Take an elderly or less-abled person shopping. Babysit for someone so they can attend a child-free event.
— Kathy Paul
How about a good old fashioned tree sapling?
— Scott Allen
We buy gourmet-grade green coffee beans and roast them ourselves. Very easy to do in a popcorn popper.
— Robbin Vokes Lenardon
The benefits of membership. Think annual membership to a museum, the National Park Service, an environmental group or center, or even a share of a local CSA.
— Debra Baida
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