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Amana Woolen Mill

Though the name says “woolen mill,” today Amana makes and sells high quality 100% cotton products for the home: blankets & throws, table and kitchen linens. Plus heavy duty totes made from reclaimed cotton yarn and fabric with full grain leather handles. “We are a community of families, farmers and artisans that are nearly as old as Iowa itself. Quality craftsmanship isn’t a coincidence, it’s second nature. Our textiles are woven in the same building that was first used more than a century and a half ago…The exacting methods used today were brought from the old world by Amana’s first settlers, while the pioneering spirit of those first families continues to drive new innovations.”

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Mountain Meadow Wool

“100% American made and Wyoming grown, high-quality wool products and yarn, created with eco-friendly operations and fair prices for ranchers.” Purchase yarn and fiber for your own creations, blankets woven at the Faribault mill, and wool hoodies, hats, gloves, and mittens. All are variegated natural colors of the sheep wool.

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Many types of meat, poultry and game, all natural or organic. Also heritage breeds and wild.You’ll find everything here from chicken to wild boar. Plus charcuterie and sausage. “We believe food raised right tastes better. Before such buzz words existed, and for more than 30 years, D’Artagnan has been committed to free-range, natural production and sustainable, humane farming practices.”

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Badger Certified Organic Body Care

USDA certified organic body care products, certified to food grade standards. Badger has been around since 1995. You may know their first product “Badger Balm,” which was created by a carptenter to heal his cracked hands. You’ve seen this brand on the shelves of many stores. But did you know that it’s a small, family-owned, family-run company in New Hampshire? “We blend the finest organic plant extracts, exotic oils, beeswax, and minerals to make the safest, most effective products possible to soothe, heal, protect and otherwise treat your body. We work hard, have fun, and incorporate honesty, respect, and integrity into everything we do…We only use ingredients that fit our rigorous natural standards for healthy agriculture, minimal processing, sustainable supply chain, and health giving properties. For example, the organic extra virgin olive oil we use in most of our products comes from a single family estate in southern Spain and it is the best olive oil we’ve ever tasted. And, the organic rose essential oil we use in all of our rose products is steam distilled in Bulgaria from rose petals picked the very same day. It takes 5 tons of rose petals to make one liter of this precious essential oil. We combine years of tradition and research with beautiful artwork and lots of love to create products naturally rich in powerful antioxidants and vitamins for healthier people and a healthier planet.” Links to Ingredients and Growers and Philosophy of Formulation. “We believe that true organic agriculture goes beyond the elimination of synthetic chemicals to a harmonization and sustainability of farmers, producers, consumers, and the land that we all share. Our goal at Badger is to take the organic certification as a first step on a road toward cultivating a higher standard for ingredients from the farm to the factory. We are working towards sourcing ingredients that are grown biodynamically, traded fairly, processed with thoughtful intention and to create products for all those in need of organic healing body care that works.”

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Alderspring Ranch Grass-Fed Beef

“100% grass fed and finished, certified organic beef grown on a family ranch in the wild and remote mountains of Idaho for over 23 years…We’ve been raising grassfed beef for over 20 years, and certified all of our operation as organic nearly a decade ago. We are one of the few organic grassfed beef producers in the country, carrying the dual labeling of “grassfed” as well as “certified organic.” We’ve taken our beef past the labels into an area we call “wild” that reflects the pristine wild country we grow our beef in, and growing practices that mimic nature as much as possible. We have a passion for caring for our land and livestock. We are also passionate about growing good food.”

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Phone Soap

ABC News reported, “When people in New York City were asked which they thought was dirtier — the sole of your shoe, a toilet seat or a cell phone — the answer was overwhelmingly the toilet seats. But they were wrong — your cell phone is more filthy.” Phone Soap uses ultraviolet light to safely sanitize your cellphone. Also accessories such as a microcord so you can charge your phone while it is being sanitized and and an antimicrobial phone case that protects your phone from germs.

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Foraged Fields

“Truly natural and organic plant based skin care and makeup….I started building recipes that I found worked well for many complaints that my friends and family had: sensitive skin, eczema, dry skin, acne, sensitivity to artificial scents and essential oils, aging, wrinkles …the list goes on and on…I get as much as I can from my own backyard and from other local small businesses.” These handmade products are made to order just for you from organic and foraged ingredients.

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Pure Abundance

Cultured and aged cashew cheeses made by combining traditional methods with modern technolog. “Organic cashews and supporting ingredients are blended with a vegan probiotic culturing agent and aged in our cheese cave for 11 days. A complex and satisfying flavor profile emerges as the magic of chemistry transforms a few simple ingredients into exquisite cheese….Handmade with love from organic ingredients, Pure Abundance Cashew Cheeses are dairy-free, soy-free, and gluten-free.”

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Mission Hammocks

Hammocks and hammock chairs made from 100% cotton in Nicaragua. Type “organic” in the search box to find the ones made with organic cotton. “All of our hammocks are made in a workshop staffed with people who have various disabilities in Nicaragua. We’re Our goal is to make sure that the 30+ individuals that work in the workshop that are blind, deaf, and have physical disabilities will be able to live the lives they deserve. ”

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