Waterdog Surf is a new environmentally conscious surf clothing and accessories company founded by outdoor enthusiasts and surfers hellbent on providing environmentally friendly products to a surfing community that is demanding greener choices. The Huntington Beach headquartered Waterdog, is currently selling three lines of t-shirts made in the USA of organic cotton, bamboo and industrial hemp.
They’ll be rolling out more products in 2008 so keep an eye open.
Buy green, buy local and buy from real people.
(pictured) big paw hemp (charcoal) $25 @ waterdogsurf.com (UPDATE: LINKS REMOVED)
Here’s a simply beautiful card, recycled of course, and embedded with wildflower seeds. Your valentine can plant the paper for a beautiful gift that is literally green. ($6.95) @ downbound.com
100% post-consumer recycled hearts @ closetheloop are pretty sweet for a friend or romantic partner. I have a similar one from a special friend that I treasure. ($5+)
Start the evening off right by uncorking some sweet organic wine. A wide variety, including vegan wines, is available @ ecowine.com.
For the truly disenchanted, a black heart organic tee ($23.99) can be had @ ivealwayswantedoneofthose.com.
Why not forgo the candy this year for a sumptuous organic fruit basket? ($52.99 @ cherry moon)
Flying solo this Valentine’s Day? Head over to Portland-based Powell’s Books online store, the world’s largest, independent, new and used bookstore. Feel good with a used book to read on the fourteenth.
Whether you’re a green single or a green taken, you can never go wrong with a box of organic chocolates for those with sweet and dark tastes @ katescaringgifts.com.
Sweets for the sweet.
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