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Union Wood Co. Serving Tray

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Serve it up -- on a block of recovered fir. $80.00

Vancouver's Union Wood Company finds inspiration -- and materials -- in the docks, foundries, mills, and factories of the city's past. This handcrafted Serving Tray, made from fir rafters reclaimed from an old stable near the Union Wood studio, has a rich and weathered patina only age can provide. Distressed steel handles and rubber feet are complemented by knots, nail holes, and cracks that add......read more

Footed Platte by Gray Works

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Rustic cutting board/serving tray made from salvaged cherry wood $85.00

From their workshop in Woodstock, N.Y., Gray Works crafts handsome homewares from sustainable and salvaged woods, each lovingly hand rubbed in organic olive oil. Their rose-red cherry wood Footed Platte makes the easy transition from kitchen to table, operating doubly as a rustic serving platter and an excellent cutting board. Personalize it with a wood engraving to make a unique gift for that......read more

Reclaimed Wood Board by Poketo

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Bring a slice of nature right onto your dining table $32.00

The Poketo folks traveled from their downtown LA digs to Minnesota to source these boards made from reclaimed Ash trees. Dried, sanded, and finished with a food-grade mineral oil, the boards are a perfect way to add a slice of nature to your dining table. The durable treated wood makes them suitable for use as cutting boards, trivets, or coasters. And with their stunning tree ring patterns,......read more

Teak Fork Set

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Scrap teak reclaimed into sustainable serving forks $18.00

While we're not generally prepared to get behind teak logging (unless its of the sustainable plantation variety), we can post these reclaimed teak forks with good conscience. Made using scrap wood from logging operations, the teak fork set from Rodales features everything that makes the tropical hardwood such a great design material: tight grain, high strength, and beautiful yellowish-brown......read more

Beechwood Serving Spoons

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Handcrafted, neon-painted wooden spoons by Nicole Porter $22.00

Say hello to the perfect housewarming gift! This set of six neon-painted serving spoons from Etsy seller Nicole Porter is sure to spice up any kitchen. Nicole turns the spoons from a single plank of beech wood, which she dries then paints by hand using food-based inks (with no VOCs) and protects with a non-toxic glaze. A welcome addition to a new kitchen. Great colors.  Made in USA....read more

Ombre Salad Serving Set

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A bold pop of color brightens up these sustainable teak salad tongs $32.00

What's not to love about a good salad? They're healthy, delicious, and a great way to flex your culinary creativity. But if you eat a lot of them, like us, it's easy to get bored with the same old salad bowl and tongs. The Ombre Salad Serving Set available via Rodales presents a good option for livening up your tabletop. Made of sustainably harvested teak, the tongs feature a surprising pop of......read more

Patagonia Natural Wood Bowl/Tray

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Reclaimed wood shaped into warm collection of serving bowls and trays $35.00

This handsome series of bowls and trays, available exclusively at ABC Home, is handcrafted from fallen Lenga trees by the indigeneous Mapuche people of Chile and Argentina. So a purchase not only lands you with an amazing piece of warm, natural design, but also supports traditional Mapuche artistry, helping them protect their culture and their land. The collection includes four shapes and sizes:......read more

The Conservation Economy

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Conserving the nation's fish, wildlife and natural resources is a $40-billion industry, according to a new study

It's said that you can't put a price on protecting the environment, and on the face of it, we agree. But when we're always hearing about the economic benefits of industrial activity, it would be nice to know what conservation is actually worth, in dollar terms. Now, thanks to a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation study, we do. The analysis considered the jobs, tax revenue and other economic......read more

Reclaimed Slate Cheeseboard

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With this chalkboard serving platter, you'll never mix up the Brie and Camembert again. $48.00

If this was what elementary school was really like, we would've tried harder. This smart cheeseboard is made of reclaimed chalkboards from Franklin Elementary School in Quincy, Illinois. The board is divided into four sections and includes a piece of chalk so your guests know what cheese is what. Recycled wine cork feet mean the slate board won't slip and scratch the table....read more

The Value of Trees

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Artist and Tree Activist Gillian Ware on preserving and respecting the arboreal world

"The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way." - William Blake  Two hundred years later, Blake's words ring truer than ever. In Santa Monica, city officials are moving forward with a plan to remove 54 mature fig trees as part of a new urban design project. Artist Gillian Ware, who divides her time between the UK and Los......read more

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