In our Gifts section, you’ll find a wide variety of responsibly produced, organic, made-in-the-USA, and fair-trade items, from beautiful artisan-made dishware to one-of-a-kind jewelry. It is our priority to only offer products made in facilities with fair working conditions and pay. We also look for products that use recycled materials or other eco-friendly manufacturing.
- Home decor like salt lamps, coasters, and artisan goods
- Kitchen goods like mugs, thermoses, and wooden utensils
- Childrens toys, games, and teethers
- Apparel made from fair-trade and organic materials
- Books: cookbooks, lifestyle, spiritual and physical health, children’s
- Cards: local, made in the US, fair trade, and/or made using recycled paper
From handmade to fair trade, we've curated a collection of gifts to make sure you can find something to suit everyone's tastes!
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Located in the mountains of Schuylkill County, PA, Hope Hill Lavender Farm has been home to Troy and Wendy Jochem for over a decade.