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i’m eco friendly™ was created in order to fill the void that we found in the marketplace for tasteful, well-made reusable bag options that take both the environment and style, equally seriously.  Our bags aspire to depart from the bland-color fabrics or designs and excite people into using them.

i’m eco friendly™ Facts:

  • Fashionable cloth bags for men, women and children
  • Custom-made, not mass-produced
  • 100% certified organic cotton canvas; coming soon, hemp & organic cotton blend textiles  
  • Stylish colors
  • Eclectic & tasteful designs
  • Same-fabric handles for style and durability
  • No poly-web handles; no petroleum by-products of any kind!
  • Made ethically in California, USA
  • Woman-owned business


Tina Ferris December 22, 2010
A Green Christmas
by Tina Ferris

The holiday season can break even the most diehard environmentalist. The pressure to buy gifts and the desire to preserve tradition often result in quite a bit of non-Earth-friendly excess. Here are a few ideas to make your Christmas more enjoyable, sustainable, and hopefully, stress-free! The Tree: Every year, approximately 33 million trees are cut […]

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Yianna Bouyioukou September 18, 2010
Shingle House
by Yianna Bouyioukou

When we came across this small competition Greensburg GreenTown, about a month ago, their idea to incorporate sustainable principles into their rebuilding process and serve as an educational resource for the community was extremely appealing to us.

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Tina Ferris April 24, 2009
Composting 101
by Tina Ferris

When I come home at night, I don’t look forward to the smell of a meal magically being concocted in my slow cooker, or the fresh scent of clean laundry from an earlier load. It is instead, a freshly brewing pile of compost developing in the small bin next to my kitchen sink.

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Niki Jensen April 10, 2009
Earth Day 2009
by Niki Jensen

Ah, April 22. It’s when Earth Day turns 39 and people everywhere will celebrate the planet with rah-rah gusto – everything from vibrant parades to green-tie galas and ambitious trash cleanups will be rooted in respect for our environment.

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