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Five ways to make your gifts low-impact - on the environment and on your wallet
Gifts that are literally green: community garden plot, seed catalogue or tree for the yard
Here are five suggestions for low-impact gift giving:
1. Give experiences. Think an outdoor adventure (ziplining maybe!), a special outing to a museum or art gallery or a spa treatment.
2. Go foodie. Set up your recipient with a trial organic food delivery, wine club membership or an array of artisan-roasted coffee.
3. Make a donation. Choose a favourite charity.
4. Make a date. Plan a picnic, movie or high tea together.
5. Provide the gift of gardening. Arrange for a community garden plot, a gift certificate plus seed catalogue, or pick out a tree to plant in the yard.
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