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Designed by architect Chris Price and his partners at Park City Design + Build, the Treehaus is a beautiful blend of modern mountain architecture and cutting-edge energy efficiency. Nestled into the pines of Summit Park, Utah, the clean lines, stacked segments, and dark cedar exterior create a fine figure, seamlessly integrating the 3,643-square-foot abode into its sylvan surroundings.......read more

Original Series: Lighten Up

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Great bands showing us how they tour green.

SHFT's first original web series, LIGHTEN UP, covers bands as they reduce their carbon footprint while on tour. We follow bands including Adrian Grenier's band The Honey Brothers, Dave Matthews Band, Edward Sharpe, Moby, and Brandi Carlile to name a few, reducing their load while on the road. Produced in partnership with Stonyfield Farm....read more

Apolis' Clare V. Market Bag

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Great Bag, Great Cause Built In $68.00

Apolis is pleased to release it's reusable Market Bag, handcrafted in Bangladesh and finished in California. The waterproof lining and natural vegetable-tanned leather straps, reinforced by antique nickel rivets, make it the perfect bag for trips to the farmer's market or the grocery store. Measures 13" in width, 18" in height, and 8" in depth, with a 6" x 7" inside pocket. Learn more about......read more

Tina Frey Long Trough

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A great element to any table. $275.00

San Francisco designer Tina Frey creates modern resin products for the home, using her thorough hand sculpting, and hand casting process. Her newest addition, the Long Trough is a standout vessel perfect for an artful centerpiece or to display fruit. The resin trough has a distinctive texture beneath the resin, which reveals Frey’s handiwork when she sculpted the original clay mold. ...read more

Braided Hemp Rug from Restoration Hardware

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Textured rug great for any floor $299.99

This tightly loomed highly textured rug is made from durable eco-friendly hemp.  It has a very neutral nubby feeling and acts as a subtle accent to the rest of the loft.  It's inherently durable, feels good to the feet, and carries a long-lasting versatile feel. ...read more

Food Forward

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Watch The Trailer for this great TV series on PBS

Our good friend Greg Roden co-created FOOD FORWARD and SHFT's very own Anna Getty shepherded this fantastic series for PBS.  We're super proud of them and so impressed with the show.  Watch it on your local PBS station (for the West coasters it's Sunday nights at 6:30).  ...read more

I Kayaked to Shell and Back. Here's What I Learned

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A Great Story By Katie Herzog

When my old friend Trip asked me to join him in a tandem sea kayak for Paddle in Seattle, a kayak flotilla protest against Shell’s oil explorations in the Arctic, my first impulse was a big Hell no. Spending an afternoon with hundreds of people who care deeply about climate change and are willing to brave the polluted waters of Puget Sound to make a statement may sound like a fine......read more

Barrett's Ridge Beer Bread Kits

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It's fun, easy, and inexpensive to make your own beer bread. Great gift too. $9.00

They were once given as gifts to friends and family, now they make up the range of Barrett's Ridge Beer Bread Kits. The mix is timeless: gran's beer bread recipe, calico bags (hand sewn by Hands of Hope), and masuga labels (locally produced and environmentally friendly paper). What's left to say? Oh, just add beer....read more

The World's Greatest Travelers

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German adventurers complete 556,000-mile, quarter-century odyssey by SUV

It was 1988 when Gunther Holtorf and his wife Christine set off in a Mercedes Benz G-Wagen to travel around Africa. After completing the planned 18-month tour, they decided to keep going... and going... and going. The end result was an epic, 25-year adventure which saw the Mercedes--nicknamed Otto by Christine--driven 556,000 miles through 215 countries and into the record books. Christine......read more

Murray Carter, Master Bladesmith

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The 17th generation Yoshimoto bladesmith tells his story in a great short video by Cineastas

Born in eastern Canada, Murray Carter traveled to Japan at the age of 18, a move that changed his life forever. There, a chance encounter at a knife shop led to a six-year apprenticeship with a Master Bladesmith. After a six-year tutelage, he became the 17th generation Yoshimoto bladesmith. Today, after more than 25 years learning the craft, he runs Carter Cutlery on the outskirts of......read more

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