by Michael dEstries
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worm bin

I have to give Daryl Hannah credit for creating one of the more unique green storefronts on the Internet. There may not be overwhelming variety like other shops, but that’s kind of the appeal. You can tell that everything represented is something the actress truly loves. Plus, there are a whole lot of crazy eco-goods you just won’t find anywhere else.

Anyways, there are some new products added that I’d love to point out. First up, is the “Beautious Bamboo Worm Bin” — because honestly, I haven’t seen a sexier worm bin on the market. This is something you can keep on the back deck, instead of hidden in the back woods. From the site (in Hannah-speak),

“we love making our own worm fertilizer – they eat up our kitchen scraps + make the best plant food of all! but… the worm bins r all sooo ugly we have 2 hide ‘em! so, we made our own gorgeous one that’s so pretty you’ll want yours right in the kitchen! 100% recycled sturdy rubber inside shelves bamboo outside with a cat grass 4 the critters growing from the top in a removeable tray easy spout 4 collecting the worm tea.”

Groovy. Unfortunately, they’re a.) all sold out and b.) cost almost $900. Still, if you can’t afford the cost, it’s certainly great inspiration for trying a little DIY at home. 

Second: Robes. I love ‘em — mainly because in the morning, clothing is generally the one thing standing between me and a cup of hot coffee. This “Super Cushy Bamboo Surfmonk Robe” looks damn fine. The cool Jedi-Knight hood would definitely come in handy from hiding obvious hangovers. It’s also perfect for scaring small children when getting the mail. 

Anyways, jump here to visit the rest of the store. The Ranch Bio-Beast awaits. 

 

About Michael dEstries

Michael has been blogging since 2005 on issues such as sustainability, renewable energy, philanthropy, and healthy living. He regularly contributes to a slew of publications, as well as consulting with companies looking to make an impact using the web and social media. He lives in Ithaca, NY with his family on an apple farm.

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