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Shopping for the Holidays? Check Out the Adirondack Gifts for Sale in Our On-line Shop

Monday, November 24, 2014
By: Adirondack Council Staff

My guess is you’ve contemplated starting your holiday shopping already. Did you know that the Adirondack Council has a selection of unique, environmentally-conscious Adirondack gifts for sale at our on-line shop?

All the gift items we offer have a direct connection to the woods, waters and people of the Adirondack Park. Each of these gifts can conjure fond memories of summer days by a lake, a favorite hiking or paddling excursion or a romantic holiday at a cozy B&B. Every purchase will help protect the Park’s health and wild beauty.

The Adirondack Council promotes the work of Adirondack artists, artisans, authors, and crafters by offering local food items and handmade soaps. Other gifts include toys, games, books, local jewelry, and apparel.

Remember this holiday season, and always, buying local reduces transportation costs, fuel consumption and air pollution. And buying Adirondack helps to protect the most beautiful place in the world.

Here is just a sampling of what we offer. Please check out our shop for many more gifts for your holiday shopping needs. Also, if you spend $75 or more, you’ll get a free 2015 Forever Wild Calendar!

Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzles

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Bring the beauty of the Adirondacks and the stunning landscape photography of Carl Heilman into your home with these panoramic jigsaw puzzles. 616 pieces.
Each jigsaw puzzle measures 12" x 36.”
Available in five different images. $23.00

Canvas Tote Bag

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The Council's new canvas tote bag from Project GreenBag. Natural colored bag features the Council's loon logo.
Size: 14"W x 12"H, Handles: 24"
Made in the USA  $11.50

Buster Wild Character Hat

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The Adirondack Council's new "Wild Character" baseball-style hat features the Council's hardworking activist, Buster the Beaver. The Adirondack Council's loon logo is on the back. 100% brushed cotton. One size fits all, velcro closure strap. $15

Adirondack Mountain Coffee

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The Park's finest coffee from Adirondack Mountain Coffee roasted locally in Upper Jay, NY. Hiker's Delight is a rich and bold eye opening French Roast. Fair Trade Certified. Available in: 1lb (16oz) bags (whole bean) $12 or 2.5 oz sample bags (ground) $3.

DAK Bars

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Whole food energy bars that are handcrafted in the Adirondacks, using local or regional goods whenever possible. Three Flavors Available. $3.50

Asgaard Farm & Dairy Goat Milk Soap

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Handcrafted goat's milk soaps from Asgaard Farm & Dairy of Au Sable Forks. All of the Dairy’s soaps are made with pure oils of coconut, palm, and olive. Lavender; lilac; lemongrass & sage; or, unscented. $4.25 per bar.

Adirondack Loon Ornament

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Wooden, five-by-two-inch laser-carved, ornament, designed by Allison C. Romig, the granddaughter of William T. Hord, a founding director of the Adirondack Council.
Made in the U.S.A. $5.

2015 Forever Wild Calendar

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12 stunning photos by Adirondack photographer Carl Heilman II. $13

 

Happy Holidays and best wishes for a Forever Wild 2015 from the Adirondack Council Staff!!

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