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Best 5: Eco Shops

Best 5: Eco Shops
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Yankee contributor Christie Matheson, author of Green Chic: Saving the Earth in Style (Sourcebooks, 2008; $12.95), goes shopping for great “green” goods at these eco shops.

THE CLEAN BEDROOM
Kittery, ME
For the room where we spend the most time–and benefit most from a pure environment–find organic mattresses, sheets, and pillows, plus nontoxic bedroom furniture and air filters.
Dan’s Crossing, 5 Shapleigh Road, Kittery, ME. 866-380-5892; thecleanbedroom.com

THE GREEN EGG
Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA
Every goodie in this friendly shop, with stuff for tykes, women, and home, is seriously stylish (no easy feat in the world of sustainable products), thanks to owner Tracey Davidow’s fabulous taste.
19 Central St., Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA. 978-525-3445; thegreeneggshop.com

GREENWARD
Cambridge, MA
Everything here, from safe and snazzy reusable water bottles and bamboo bowls to sleek composters and killer bike accessories, encourages customers to think green at home and on the go.
1764 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA. 617-395-1338; greenwardshop.com

THE CENTER FOR GREEN BUILDING
Bridgeport, CT
Even eco-skeptics can appreciate pragmatic green home products–air purifiers, caulk, slate roofing, energy-efficient lighting–and the local events this award-winning store sponsors.
3380 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport, CT. 203-382-0774; centerforgreenbuilding.com

YOUR HOME YOUR WORLD
Concord, NH
It’s easy being green when there’s a home and design resource like this for well-priced, environmentally sound paints, countertops, flooring, cabinets, rugs, and recycled glass tiles.
138 North Main St., Concord, NH. 603-223-9867; yourhomeyourworld.com

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Eco Shops in New England

Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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