Jennifer Stanney

  1. Trees Water People


    Trees Water People

    Doing Good: They work in Central America planting trees, installing fuel efficient and safe cooking stoves and empowering communities. Now, we like them even more as they have started a project with Indigenous communities in the US, helping to instal eco-friendly housing and solar panels.

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  2. American Bird Conservancy

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    American Bird Conservancy

    The good they do: This organization provides needed advocacy and protection for bird species and habitats in the Americas.

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  3. Sea Shepherd Conservation Society


    Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

    The good they do: Sea Shepherd works tirelessly to protect precious marine life and fight illegal and destructive actions that threaten the health of our oceans.

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  4. Seed Saver’s Exchange


    Seeds Saver’s Exchange

    Doing Good: We love their mission of seed sovereignty as a way to promote biodiversity to benefit us all.

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  5. Play & Learn with Finger Puppets

    finger puppets

    Get your earth-friendly organic cotton or alpaca wool hand-knitted finger puppets for hours of fun play -OR- make your own out of paper! Just download our free finger puppet printable patterns and let the fun begin.

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  6. Gratitude Gourd Box Video

    knitted finger puppet video

    A place where we can all share the good things happening in our lives right now despite our difficulties. May you be inspired to start your own Gratitude Box with your family!

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  7. Trending in 2020

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    In these technologically driven times, life seems to keep accelerating and changes happen at an incredible speed, at a personal, collective and planetary level. By identifying what shoppers’ needs are today (and most likely tomorrow) we may be more prepared to serve them better.

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  8. Women and Boruca Masks

    emerging female artists

    Traditionally, and for generations, mask making has been a male dominated activity. Only very recently, some women in Boruca have become interested in painting masks but it is still rare to see one carving.

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  9. Sugey Jimenez Acosta, Borucan artist

    Sugey Boruca mask painter

    Sugey started playing with paint brushes at a young age inspired by her godmother. After marrying Marcos in 2005, she easily picked up new techniques from him while falling in love with mask painting. Orchids are her specialty as she enjoys replicating different varieties with intricate details.

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  10. Melvin Gonzalez Rojas, Borucan artist

    rainforest mask artist

    As an accomplished and recognized Borucan artist, Melvin likes to challenge himself. Over the past few years he has transitioned to painting more often on canvas than on balsa wood.

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