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Cityboy Picnic Grill

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Finnish designer Klaus Aalto's portable BBQ has your on-the-go grilling needs covered $229.00

It's official: Summer is right around the corner, which means it's time to get grilling. For those of you that are lucky enough to have a backyard, BBQing is easy -- walk out the back door, light up the grill, and and go to town. But for the rest of us plebs, we have to head to parks and other public spaces for covert picnics. And that requires a portable grill. With the Cityboy Picnic Grill,......read more

Public C1 City Bike

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Public's popular step-thru bike is on sale now! $299.00

If you're in the market for a new summer ride, you can't beat the looks or affordability of Public's C1 City Bike. The Dutch-style commuter comes complete with a Hi-Tensile steel frame with mounts for front and rear racks, 700x35c tires, and an efficient single-speed drivetrain, all while being Public's most affordable offering. “Our bikes are designed to put a smile on your face and make......read more

'Sustainable [R]evolution' by Juliana Birnbaum & Louis Fox

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The only book you need on the permaculture revolution $25.00

Sustainable [R]evolution brings together urban gardeners, native seed-saving collectives and ecovillage developments in a lavish book about the burgeoning permaculture movement. Edited by anthropologist Juliana Birnbaum and award-winning filmmaker Louis Fox, the book features the work of a worldwide network of visionaries, including journalists, activists, indigenous leaders and......read more

Human Nature by Anna Mia Davidson

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Crowdfunded photo book documents sustainable farming communities in the Northwest $60.00

A while back we posted some Anna Mia Davidson images of small scale farming activities in the Pacific Northwest. Now that series of photos is being collected in a book, Human Nature: Sustainable Farming in the Pacific Northwest, alongside an essay from the photographer: "Davidson’s photographs highlight over ten small farms throughout the region; the book opens with an honest and......read more

Youngs Farm Jam

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New-look web shop from Project No. 8 features fresh spreads from a Long Island farm $12.00

Project No. 8, the NYC brand behind the concept shop at the Ace Hotel, recently revamped its online shop and introduced new edibles like this array of delectable jams from Long Island's Youngs Farm. The 120-year-old orchard is revered among locals for its homemade pies, creates jams and preserves made from the same seasonal bounty. The selections include classic fruit jams like raspberry, peach......read more

Biolite Camp Stove

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Ingenious portable stove converts biomass to electricity $129.00

Camping just got greener. Biolite's brilliant, portable Camp Stove rejects petroleum-based gas in favor of twigs and bits of wood. That's cool in and of itself, because it means less oil and less open pit fires (the cause of most forest blazes). But even cooler is the fact that the Camp Stove converts waste heat into electricity, meaning you can charge your gadgets while you're off-the-grid.......read more

Patch Herb Planter

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Grow fresh organic food all year long with this affordable system for city dwellers $40.00

Thank you to Cool Hunting for alerting us to this sweet system for growing greens indoors. Created by Vancouver-based entrepreneur Kent Houston, Patch brings urban agriculture into living spaces with a self-watering system that makes growing easy. The flat-folding Tyvek planter relies on capillary action in an easy-to-install, perforated grid fed through a small reservoir (these pictures explain......read more

Soul Poles

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Eco-friendly bamboo ski and trekking poles made by hand in Park City, Utah $125.00

Utah's Soul Poles are the poles of choice for environmentally-conscious skiers and trekkers. Made by hand using bamboo shafts and recycled plastic grips, straps and baskets, the sustainable Soul Poles are available in four styles: original (plain bamboo), torched (bamboo with darker stripes), vibrant (orange, blue or green), and limited edition (hand-painted by the artist/color theorist R.......read more

Baggu Leather Drawstring Purse

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Stylish summer bucket bag made in New York City from veggie-tanned leather $140.00

Since its founding in 2007, Baggu has become the most well-known name in reusable bags. Now the company is venturing beyond nylon grocery bags and into other carry goods made from vegetable-tanned leather. Included among the wares are leather versions of the classic Baggu bag, leather pouches made from waste scraps, and this simple and elegant drawstring purse described as "the perfect bucket......read more

Globe Daily City Bike

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Don't call it a commuter. $770.00

Globe Bicycles, a stand-alone brand spawned by Specialized, makes freewheel and fixed gear bikes for living in the city. The Daily, Globe's flagship model, is an upright cruiser made from lightweight aluminum, with front and rear fenders and an integrated kickstand mount. Available in mens and womens design, the Daily is perfect for commuting (but too snazzy to be called a commuter)....read more

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