The Best Eco-Friendly Gifts that Make it Easy to Go Green


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Looking for ethically sourced, green, or eco-friendly gifts? This list of gift ideas will help you feel good about the gifts you choose. Best of all, these gift ideas are perfect for any occasion. 

eco-friendly gift guide

While this post was written with Christmas in mind, these gifts are perfect any time you need to give a gift throughout the year. Check out the best eco-friendly gifts that make it easy to go green in this green gift – gift guide!

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The Best Eco-Friendly Gifts that Make it Easy to Go Green

It's possible to find gifts you can feel good about giving this year. Gifts that help reduce our dependence on single use plastic, gifts that have been made from recycled materials, and / or gifts made from the softest organic cotton are all gifts you can feel good about giving.

The best eco-friendly gifts are as beautiful as they are functional, which is why you will love all the items we've complied in this list. Check out some of our favorite eco-friendly gift ideas that make it easy to go green this year! It is possible to feel good about your gift choice!

I’d love to hear about your favorite eco-friendly gifts! Do you have any ideas that I didn’t share? Please leave a comment and let me know.

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About Michelle Marine

Michelle Marine is the author of How to Raise Chickens for Meat, a long-time green-living enthusiast, and rural Iowa mom of four. She empowers families to grow and eat seasonal, local foods; to reduce their ecological footprint; and to come together through impactful travel.

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  1. I buy mostly produce at the grocery, especially onions, cabbage, etc that are dry and would work great with the produce bags. I like they’re color coded and have draw strings. Now if they could only get rid of the plastic produce bags in the market to force people to change! Great list of green gifts too.

  2. I just moved to an area where I don’t have a yard to garden after growing most of my vegetable produce for the last 15 years. It has been a difficult adjustment and I cannot get over the amount of packaging that accumulates. This area doesn’t have convenient recycling either (we have to drive 30 mins to drop it off at a county facility). The produce bags would make going to the store a little less guilt inducing for me.

  3. I’ve been using produce bags for awhile, but those trolley bags seem really useful, especially somewhere like Aldi where you have to bag your own (quick!).