Help protect the environment by stocking your home with eco-friendly goods. Most people don't realize that you can decorate your home beautifully using materials that are made with the environment in mind. Of course if you need help finding neat new ideas for how to live healthy and promote environmental awareness there are books that we stock that can guide you. We make it easy for you to take your green spirit out into the world with you when you leave the house. Our marvelous jewelry line complements all of your favorite outfits. Each elegant piece is made in the best way possible for the world around us. We also have purses and wallets as well as a variety of other great gift ideas for friends and family!

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Green Shopping for a Greener Holiday We can make this Holiday a little greener by shopping ethically, we can choose our gifts wisely to make sure that our purchases doesn’t hurt the environment.  Go for products that are made from recyclable materials or easily recyclable.  Be a conscious consumer and know the cost behind every product.  […]

The Green Seahorse at the Green Festival event

 The Green Seahorse’s First Plunge Just a few days ago, The Green Seahorse has officially launched and took its first plunge in the eco marketplace thru San Francisco’s Green Festival event!  And, oh boy, it was nothing short of amazing – truly a green event.  Surrounded by equally eco friendly businesses, The Green Seahorse fits […]

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Green Festival Are you all set for some green shopping?  The Green Festival is almost here –  in 3 days, anything and everything green will be invading San Francisco!  So get ready for some explosive green goodness fun! This event is not solely for the eco-activist or the ‘green’ people.  Being America‘s Largest & Longest […]


What is Tagua? Tagua is commonly found in the tropical rainforest of South American countries like the Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela and Ecuador.  It may look very similar to the palm tree but it actually belongs to the ciclantaceus family with the scientific name Phytelephas Aequatorialis Macrocarpa.  Quite a mouthful but the important thing to note […]

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