Friday, 01 July 2011 11:21
Exceptional natural body-care, nutritional supplements, and locally-made gifts.
We stand proudly by our entire department and are committed to providing our shoppers with products that nurture body and spirit. You deserve the best and we've got the finest natural products available at reasonable prices: complete lines of body products from Alba to ZumRub, plus tinctures, homeopathic remedies, cleanses, gifts for kids of all ages and everything in between.
We are passionate about choosing companies that adhere to ethical and sustainable manufacturing practices and bring you the highest quality natural products that leave the smallest possible footprint on our environment.
New in Wellness
The gifts are here! Fair Trade, local, hand-made, organic — shop with your values intact from our terrific selection.
Looking for a little something for your special someones this season? We've got gifts galore for all ages — Fair Trade, local, and handmade! Check out our awesome kids' toys from Pennsylvania-based Channel Craft, all made in the USA: wooden boomerangs, dinosaur marbles, and various "Fundanas" — wearable bandanas printed with images of exciting scavenger hunts. Also, be sure to play with our charming felted-wool finger puppets and hand puppets, cute little animal personalities crafted by Tibetan women in Nepal. For older "kids," we have gorgeous handmade housewares, such as woven baskets, trivets, and ornate lanterns to adorn your stunning holiday feast, all made by artisans around the world who earn a fair price for their work. Finally, don't overlook the small stuff: awesome magnets from Brooklyn-based Seltzer Goods, hand-blown perfume oil pendants from La Parfumerie in Canada, beautiful wall calendars and datebooks, incense, notebooks, winter greeting cards, and dragon pencils! (Really, truly! Dragon pencils — check 'em out!)
By Kristie Snyder,
When Pam Wooster’s daughter came home from school and asked her if she knew that the kids used disposable styrofoam lunch trays, she was appalled. She knew that after their 20-minute useful lifespan was over they would just end up in the trash, so she decided to take action. Two years later, the Ithaca City School District’s (ICSD) Food Service Program has switched to compostable trays and reduced its trash by 73 percent.
The new trays, made of sugar ca...