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2009 Green Gift Guide Extravaganza Craziness: Razzi-Style

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You know what’s a difficult thing to put together? A personal home gym. Absolute killer. Coming in second would be a green gift guide/list. For one thing, there’s an incredible array of amazing eco and animal-friendly products out there. Narrowing them down is a bit difficult. For another, there are many other green lists just like this one out there, so we tried to be mindful of your time and patience in even browsing through it.

We also acknowledge the growing movement to buy less during the holidays and instead give back. For our 2009 Green Gift Guide Extravaganza Craziness, we’ve included over 15 charities that are worth checking out for potential donations. We would have loved to have included every charity we cover here on the razz, but we figured those we missed could be dropped in the comments below for consideration.

As always, if there’s something in our list that’s less than green or animal-friendly, please let us know. Though our list is small compared to others, we tried to be diligent about making sure each product had something worth championing.

Happy Holidays!

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