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Every aspect of our lives are affected by being conscious of the foods we eat, the products we buy, and the things we do. Why not help to reduce your eco footprint on our planet and live a more healthy life at the same time. Shopping with our world in mind can make a difference in so many ways.
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Composting & Water Saving
Offset the cost of buying potting soil, plant food, and even water by making your own compost. And, as your compost grows, the compost that forms... Learn More >>
Safety & Emergency Preparedness
In addition to organic and eco-friendly products, Living Organic recognizes that those concerned about the health of their families are also... Learn More >>
Food Storage & Preservation
Storing and preserving your own food is a great way to eat healthy and save money. Whether it be food you're grown your self or picked up at the... Learn More >>
Healthy & Eco-Friendly Living
Having a healthy and eco-friendly life affects not only you and your family but the world around you. If you're thinking about leading a more eco... Learn More >>
Organic & Eco-Friendly Food
We are all part of the environment so supporting organic agriculture doesn’t just benefit you, it helps the whole world. For the vast majority of human... Learn More >>
Organic & Eco-Friendly Cooking
Interested in organic cooking? if you want to eat healthier and do your part to help the environment then you're in the right place! Learn More >>
Organic Gardening & Farming
Everyone has heard the term “farm to fork” and the importance of food taking a quicker route from the fields to our homes. More and more people are... Learn More >>
Organic & Eco-Friendly Personal Care
Using your purses and wallets is the most effective way to promote companies to remove these chemicals from their products. Protect your health... Learn More >>
Organic & Eco-Friendly Office
Living Organic is dedicated to the needs of eco-friendly companies that are trying to make a positive impact on the environment while making that green. Learn More >>
Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency
Reasons for having renewable energy and energy efficiency are simple. It helps the environment, saves you money, and makes you less dependent... Learn More >>
Homesteading & Self-Sufficiency
The idea of self-sufficency and homesteading deals with taking control of our dependency to make a healthier, happier life. Homesteading comes from... Learn More >>
Organic & Eco-Friendly Clothing
There are many ways that clothing can be eco-friendly. First off they must be produced using organic, recycled, or renewable fibers. Learn More >>
Helen and Scott Nearing, authors of "Living the Good Life" and many other bestselling books, lived together for 53 years until Scott's death at age 100. "Loving and Leaving the Good Life" is Helen's testimonial to their life together and to what they stood for: self-sufficiency, generosity, social justice, and peace.In 1932, after deciding it would be better to be poor in the country than in the city, Helen and Scott moved from New York Ciy to Vermont. Here they created their legendary homestead which they described in "Living the Good Life: How to Live Simply and Sanely in a Troubled World," a book that has sold 250,000 copies and inspired thousands of young people to move back to the land.The Nearings moved to Maine in 1953, where they continued their hard physical work as homesteaders and their intense intellectual work pormoting social justice. Thirty years later, as Scott approached his 100th birthday, he decided it was time to prepare for his death. He stopped eating, and six weeks later Helen held him and said goodbye."Loving and Leaving the Good Life" is a vivid self-portrait of an independent, committed and gifted woman. It is also an eloquent statement of what it means to grow old and to face death quietly, peacefully, and in control. At 88, Helen seems content to be nearing the end of her good life. As she puts it, "To have partaken of and to have given love is the greatest of life's rewards. There seems never an end to the loving that goes on forever and ever. Loving and leaving are part of living."Helen's death in 1995 at the age of 92 marks the end of an era. Yet as Helen writes in her remarkable memoir, "When one door closes, another opens." As we search for a newunderstanding of the relationships between death and life, this book provides profound insights into the question of how we age and die.
When the power fails, prepared families settle in, stay warm, and eat well. With careful planning, organization, and a detailed assessment of the needs of each family member, it is possible for every household to survive at least several days with no outside services. A sensible home system will take over the work of providing warmth, shelter, and nutrition. Author Kathy Harrison guides readers through the empowering process of setting up such a home system with her OAR method - Organize existing supplies, Acquire additional necessities, Rotate everything for freshness. Her comprehensive coverage of emergency preparedness includes food storage, alternative heating sources, personal supplies for every family member, entertainment ideas, toiletry and proper clothing, pet supplies, emergency family communication plans, and neighborhood cooperatives. In addition to preparing the home for extended periods without electricity, Harrison also discusses evacuation plans - where to go, how to meet up with family, what to pack, and how best to protect all that's being left behind. Self-sufficiency at home or in a temporary safe haven takes away much of the fear and helplessness associated with disasters. "Just in Case" puts the power back in the hands of individuals who are equipped and ready to take over when public services fail. Disasters can strike an entire region or a single unlucky family. They can be brought on by weather (hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, wildfires, severe heat or cold, landslides) or by man (terrorism, acts of war, simple human error). Whatever the cause, these catastrophic events have the potential to disrupt routines and cost money and lives. Why not be one of the prepared few? Just in case . . . Review With the assumption that "many of us have a false sense of security... assuming that technology will prevail or that some government agency will bail us out in a crisis," this extensive guide gives detailed, down-to-earth advice on what to do when disaster strikes, be it a house fire, an ice storm or biological terrorism. Aided by charmingly retro illustrations vaguely reminiscent of a 1940s air raid brochure, Harrison ("Another Place at the Table") presents her "OAR" system for preparedness-organizing, acquiring and rotating supplies-and techniques to safely and even comfortably survive any kind of emergency. She shows how to prepare for a short-term crisis: building a supply of food and water; preparing first aid and evacuation kits; planning communication and a family meeting place in times of crisis. She also presents long-term strategies for self-sufficiency: "eliminating debt and securing a supply of cash in your home"; planting a garden, canning food and making cheese; replacing an inefficient fireplace with a woodstove; building a solar oven. Harrison shows that learning to do it yourself, besides providing some security in an increasingly insecure world, br
BioLet Starter Mulch, 8 Gallon Bag With over 30 years of Swedish engineering experience, BioLet has released the 5th generation of their self-contained composting toilets. Constant advancements in their products have resulted in BioLet being the most advanced, easiest to use, easiest to install, self-contained composting toilet system in the world. BioLet Starter Mulch, 8 Gallon Bag Features: 8 gallon bag Needs to be added to unit 1/2 cup after each fecal use or 1 quart per person per week 1 bag will last 2 people using a unit full-time for approximately 3 - 4 months
With hundreds of entertaining facts, Thomas Kostigen gives simple tips for water saving, both the water you see and use and "virtual water," the water you cannot see but is embedded in the things you consume. For example, it takes 27 gallons of water to grow a banana but only 19 gallons of water to grow an apple--thus choosing to eat an apple can save 8 gallons of water. "The Green Blue Book "includes an extensive guide so you can make smarter choices and help reduce the demand for water-intensive foods and products. With breakthrough research, humor, and a hopeful message, "The Green Blue Book "will show how, drop by drop, one's water savings can add up.
- Each technique illustrated with color photos - Details on what and what not to compost - Suggested uses for finished compost
Please note: Product packaging as shipped, may not match image on website due to packaging updates by the manufacturer. EM From Essential peppermint oils Enriched withVitamin E, Panthenol Arginine Gentle enough for frequent hand washing. Soothing but effective botanical cleansers are blended with moisturizing glycerin and certified organic peppermint, known for its purifying properties, to purify and revitalize with every wash. Paraben Free: Our commitment to safe, effective organic bath care without harsh preservatives, synthetic fragrances or artificial colors. Made with 70% Organic content Avalon Organics. Consciousness in Cosmetics Avalon Organics creates Consciousness in Cosmetics, an awareness of intention, responsibility, efficacy and the value of life. Our science-based body care products are not tested on animals and do not contain parabens or other harsh
In uncertain times, a solid preparedness plan is essential for every individual and family. PREPAREDNESS NOW navigates the new realities of twenty-first century living: extreme weather, economic instability, terror attacks, and more. Packed with checklists, resources, and step-by-step instructions, PREPAREDNESS NOW details everything needed for office, car, and home preparedness. This newly expanded and revised edition includes an extended chapter on food and water storage and urban gardening, techniques in personal defense, and the latest and best preparedness products on the market. This book encourages basic lifestyle changes that lead to a more self-sufficient and satisfying existence, regardless of circumstance. PREPAREDNESS NOW is written by one of the most experienced preparedness experts in the field. Aton Edwards is executive director of the International Preparedness Network (IPN) and has worked with the Red Cross, NYPD, Center for Disease Control, and thousands of people domestically and overseas. This manual delivers practical advice on: Building your emergency kits for home, car, and office Water quality control and storage Emergency shelter, power, lighting, and heating Emergency transportation, communications, and evacuation Extreme weather preparedness Chemical, biowarfare, and nuclear preparedness Defense against infectious diseases Personal defense and crime prevention for the twenty-first century home
The 2011 Garden Writers of America Gold Award for Best Writing/Book proves soil is anything but an inert substance. Healthy soil is teeming with life -- not just earthworms and insects, but a staggering multitude of bacteria, fungi, and other microorganisms. When we use chemical fertilizers, we injure the microbial life that sustains healthy plants, and thus become increasingly dependent on an arsenal of artificial substances, many of them toxic to humans as well as other forms of life. But there is an alternative to this vicious circle: to garden in a way that strengthens, rather than destroys, the soil food web -- the complex world of soil-dwelling organisms whose interactions create a nurturing environment for plants. By eschewing jargon and overly technical language, the authors make the benefits of cultivating the soil food web available to a wide audience, from devotees of organic gardening techniques to weekend gardeners who simply want to grow healthy, vigorous plants without resorting to chemicals.
With a patio, porch, or windowsill, gardeners can grow almost anything anywhere using containers. Arrangements in this guide begin simply, with one type of plant in a decorative container. The projects move on to combinations of two plants, then on to more complex pots involving three or more plants--some of the arrangements are even meant to go from container to garden plot. Design principles including color, texture, height, and depth are considered, and ideas for themed containers are included for holidays and other festive occasions. Species range from the tried-and-true garden varieties, such as impatiens and petunias, to newer plants on the market, such as a striking red ornamental millet. The planter plans include detailed photographs, diagrams, and instructions on getting the very best results from container gardening, for lasting natural beauty in any space.
Regular fit hoodie made of lightweight eco-heather jersey material
Made even more functional with two sides designed for newborns and toddlers, this versatile crib mattress will be a perfect way to help your child comfortably drift off to sleep. It is made of organic and natural materials and is chemical free and fire retardant for added safety. Eco-friendly. Constructed from Organic and Natural material. Cover composed of sateen organic cotton on new born side. Organic wool and sateen organic cotton cover on toddler side. Use new born side up to 9-10 months and reverse to toddler side until child grows into conventional bedding. The core is 3 in. of natural latex. Fire retardant barrier organic. Mattress totally free of harmful chemicals. Benefits of Organic and Natural Latex Sleeping . More about Organic Wool . More about Organic Cotton . More about Natural Latex . 28 in. W x 52 in. L. 4 inches thick
Cultured Whole FoodOrganic herbs and cultured whole-food vitamins & minerals work together to promote optimal health and condition-specific benefits — not just address nutrient deficiencies.Men 40+Every Man II is an organic whole-food multivitamin formulated specifically for the needs of men 40+.Prostate HealthSupercriticial saw palmetto, nettle root, and pumpkin seed oil, work together to promote overall prostate health and normal urine flow.Heart & Eye HealthWhole Food B-Vitamin complex and whole foods like organic oregano support heart and eye health.ConvenientNew three-a-day formula is easy-to-take, easy-to-digest, and can be taken anytime — even on an empty stomach!
This notecard line titled: Modern Stationery: Simply Put captures the classic impact of personalized stationery, with clean modern typography. Whether you're looking for the perfect gift or just want to splurge for a little self-indulgence, these luxe, 100% post consumer recycled cards are sure to impress.
Features: 48" long triple-tier rack. Made from 12-gauge steel with a powder coated finish. Holds from 5 to 50 pound pairs of hex dumbbells, or 9 pairs of pro-style dumbbells. Angled lower level for easy lifting. Capacity: 1050 pounds.
Cleaning your home without using harsh toxic chemicals is rapidly becoming the new standard. "Knack Clean Home, Green Home" is the first visual guide that shows you all the best ideas for efficiently and safely cleaning your home. Green is an aesthetic choice as well, and you'll find out about all the good odors that accompany the germ-free surfaces of a clean green home, without the unhealthy chemical presence. In this well-organized and fully illustrated book, the author explains cogently what you really need to do to get rid of germs. You'll find recipes for homemade cleaning products as well as guidance on reading labels so you can recognize what's good and what's not. "Knack Clean Home, Green Home" is a one-stop shop for information on green homekeeping. Key features of "Knack Clean Home, Green Home"Room-by-room advice Recipes for homemade cleaning productsDecodes product ingredients: what's good, what's notDovetails with consumer trend toward "green" as the preferred choice "Get the Knack "Visually organized format makes information easier-than-ever to find 475 color photos to simplify the techniques Big book, layflat binding, clear instructionsBig Resource chapter with useful websites