<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Green Gifts]]> <![CDATA[A green guide to gifts]]> <![CDATA[Thrift is green, local and easy on your wallet]]> Save money and give something unique this holiday season by hitting up local thrift and consignment shops. Not only are you getting a bargain, but you’re helping the environment through recycling. Also, if you shop at a nonprofit thrift shop, like the Salvation Army Thrift Store or Boulder Humane Society Thrift, you are also funding a local organization.]]> <![CDATA[Tips from EcoCycle]]> <![CDATA[Holiday Recycling Guide]]> <![CDATA[Gifts that matter]]> <![CDATA[Tech -- and green!]]> Here’s the dilemma when it comes to electronics: they rock — sometimes, quite literally — but they often leave a large carbon footprint. Whether they suck power (ahem, Mr. Xbox 360 hooked up to a 60-inch television, I’m talking to you), or are simply made of products that are harmful to the environment, there can be a guilt factor associated with those tech toys you own.]]> <![CDATA[10 ways to green your holiday]]> <![CDATA[What to get the green thumb]]> A recurring theme emerges when asking local nurseries and garden-supply stores about their hottest gifts of the holiday season. Several mention hydroponic growing systems. Hmm.]]>