The nation’s only roadside assistance service for bicycles. The green alternative to AAA with 24-hour nationwide service for autos and bikes Discounts on hybrid car rentals, eco-travel. Free maps, trip routing, and auto insurance. Supports a cleaner environment and alternative modes of transportation. 1% of revenue is donated to environmental cleanup.
Cotton Cloud Futons is excited to announce that we acquired Rising Star Futons. Rising Star is best known as the inventor and manufacturer of the innovative Wellspring futon. Wellspring futons are a truly green product. Made using a revolutionary fiber generated from recycled two liter pop bottles. The Wellspring futon helps to prevent millions of pop bottles from ending up in land fills. Cotton Cloud has been selling the Wellspring for years. When we heard Rising Star was closing its business after so many years we immediately contacted them. Cotton Cloud is now the exclusive manufacturer of the Wellspring mattress.
Designs and wholesales bed, bath, and baby collections made with 100% organic cotton. Specializing in sheets, duvet covers, shams, shower curtains, and baby bedding.
A gracious bed and breakfast in the historic McCully Mansion, surrounded by an acre of lawns and gardens, and bordered by the Wallowa River.
Published by Mother Tongue Ink, Weâ€™Moon is a co-creation of global women’s culture. Each year the Weâ€™Moon astrological datebook, wall calendar and cards collect and integrate powerful womenâ€™s art and writing from all over the world into a gorgeous and useful guide to lunar rhythms, astrological cycles, deep ecology, goddess-inspired pagan traditions, and multi-cultural, earth-based spirituality. Weâ€™Moon is a best selling appointment book, now in its 29th year of publication.
Delicate hands of Peruvian weavers present you with carpets made of natural wool, cotton and tints obtain from plants and mineral.
We seeks to live in a concrete way the solidarity service towards all the needy and disavantadge, evangelizing the craftsmen through their work and at the same time promoting their products. Fine woven tapestries made of naturally-dyed alpaca and sheep wool are characteristic of the handcrafts from the central highlands of Peru (South America). The dyes are prepared from animal, vegetable and mineral substances such as cochineal, annatto and copper, all of which are native to the Andes. The tapestries are woven by families, on wooden looms built by the weavers themselves, using techniques passed on from generation to generation since the days of our ancestors.