I never really thought much about my banking. I kept my money at a big, convenient bank (I’ll leave it unnamed, but let’s just say it rhymes with shmells shmargo) and didn’t really research my options. Why should I? There were ATM’s everywhere, the customer service department was always helpful, and they let me put a picture of my dog on my card. I was a happy banker. Continue reading “Banking to Benefit the Environment”
We often hear, “It’s better to give than to receive,” but what if you could do both at the same time?
This holiday season, in the face of climate change, uncurbed pollution, and potentially disastrous environmental policy, you can give a donation and get a healthier planet!
We’ve compiled some of our favorite organizations across the spectrum of sustainability so you can pick what matters most to you and make a difference with a holiday donation. Continue reading “2016 Philanthropic Gift Guide”
Meet Kelly and Russell Conroy, the husband and wife team behind Timber + Main. Using recycled wood and metal from local farms, they create one of a kind pieces of artistic furniture. From spoons to tables, their handcrafted works show that living sustainably can be full of history and creativity. Continue reading “Timber + Main // Furniture With History”
Ana Apple is a sustainable infant and toddler clothing company located in Old Sacramento, CA. We interviewed owner, Ana Manzano, about her whimsical, eco-friendly shop and the wonderful things she is doing to give back to the community.
ECOlunchbox is based in Lafayette, CA and was founded by eco-mom, Sandra Harris in 2009. We had the pleasure of meeting Sandra and asking her about the wonderful company she has built over the years. Continue reading “Conscious Comapanies // ECOlunchbox – Reinventing the Lunchbox in a Sustainable Way”