Gallery: 13 Smart, Green ECOnomical Father’s Day Gifts!

 

DEADSTOCK SILK TIES

Ties may seem like a bit of a cliche Father's Day gift, but they're so popular because they're tried and true - almost every dad could use a nice one. These fine specimens from the Windmill Club are made from gorgeous dead stock silk, are handmade in New York City and would look absolutely smashing around your dad's neck!

$68 from the Windmill Club

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  1. kidsgardener May 28, 2011 at 10:53 am

    My Dads favorite father’s day gift was a TickleMe Plant Greenhouse. TickleMe Plants will move when your dad tickles them. They close their leaves and lower their branches like an animal. See the video and order your own kit at http://www.ticklemeplant.com My students love them!

  2. mike_blonder June 23, 2010 at 9:41 am

    For the Dad who loves to cook, Why not give a chopping block or cutting board entirely fabricated from Bamboo Geranium? This material is 100% earth-friendly and eco-friendly as well. You can review some great green gift ideas, including these cutting boards and chopping blocks at http://www.greenproductsgallery.com

  3. Inhabitat's Eco-Friendl... June 13, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    […] yet? If you’re still looking, we’ve got some great suggestions on how to go green and save some green this Father’s Day with our fantastic guide to some awesome eco-friendly gifts for Dad. We’ve […]

  4. seireeni June 7, 2010 at 9:40 pm

    As a dad, I’d like nothing physical. They more we consume, even green consumables, the worse we make things. What I’d like is the love and companionship of my son and daughter, and nice walk in the woods together.

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