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natures bountyNATURES BOUNTY
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sustainable nature d

We have always been
grounded and humbled
by our ecosystem, and
our connection to nature
is as well-established as
it’s ever been. But the
expression of this
connection is new, as
evidenced by dramatic
increases in organic-only
crop production, food
co-ops and community-
supported agriculture
(CSA) groups. The latter
supplies weekly deliver-
ies of fresh picks from e
the garden, allowing
even the urban dweller a
to connect to this
experience. Overall,
the feeling is organic
and wholesome but
with a touch of “retro
industrial” for the
modern age.

burlap and linen well-worn and nostalgic
beloved patterns found objects
Photo by Dave Strydom c reclaimed upholstery
distressed floral prints
enduring keepsakes


a. This coin purse is made c. The textural glory of e. Napco’s Mason Jars can g. Rose hips and exotic g
from 95 percent post-con- each Dahlia is on display hold tea lights or blos- spider flowers (Grevilleas)
sumer recycled materials. in this bottle-filled crate. soms. Oasis Raw Muslin fill milk-bottle-inspired
decorates the exterior. decanters from Smithers-
b. An intriguing mix of d. Resembling harvest Oasis Company.
Offray ribbons combines baskets, Napco’s pot cov-
with Oasis Raw Muslin ers are ideal containers f. Oasis Bind Wire and
and Oasis Button Wire. for a “sustainable” theme. Oasis Rustic Wire.
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