Not available in any other location in the greater new york metro area.
Recognized by an independent third party audit declaring that specified requirements pertaining to a product, person, prose or system have been met.
Created and directed in a cooperative structure, with proceeds reinvested into the community to enable self-sustainability and economic development.
Made without the use of animal testing, or made with by-products from animals raised humanely. This process ensures animal health and safety, including safe shelter practices, pasture grazing, and quality veterinary care.
Designed to help conserve energy or promote the use of alternative energy sources. These products minimize our carbon footprint and reduce the costs of economical and ecological intelligence in the home.
Made under fair wages and safe working conditions. This process provides equitable trade opportunities, skill training, and job development-promoting responsible production in an economy that values transparency.
Colored using low-impact dyes, glazes, or pigments that contain fewer chemicals and require less water than regular synthetic colorants, or with dyes obtained from natural plants and fixed without the use of heavy metal mordants, protecting surface waters and our skin.
Made from organic or bio-based fibers using organic processes throughout every step of textile production. This process avoids the use of harmful bleaches, dyes, and finishes, while encouraging accountability in complex supply chain systems.
Produced from responsibly managed forests or reclaimed and salvaged sources. This process protects old growth and endangered forest species, while promoting transparent supply chain management.
Created by hand, demonstrating the unique skill of the artisan and supporting one-of-a-kind pieces in a world of homogenized mass production.
Made by artisans using age-old techniques that are rooted in regionally specific traditions. This process preserves the design DNA of global diversity - over 5,000 years of design intelligence that is on the brink of extinction.
Made with responsible use of resources, such as water, energy, and raw materials, and designed for re-use of materials in a closed-loop system or 100% biodegradability at end of life.
Made within a 600 mile radius of new york city, supporting neighboring community business and minimizing carbon footprint from transportation; or produced in north america to support domestic employment. icon indicates the degree of locality.
Grown without the use of harmful pesticides, herbicides, and genetically modified seeds (GMOs), or raised on organic feed without the use of hormones and antibiotic treatments. minimum 95% organic content.
Containing or emitting the lowest possible levels of toxins, such as formaldehyde, vocs, combustion gases, particulates, allergens, or flame retardants, to preserve air and water quality; serving to detoxify and protect the body from harmful substances.
Made with recycled or reclaimed materials that have been extracted and reconditioned for a new use. This process minimizes the flow of waste into landfills.