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In need of a last-minute gift idea but don’t want to leave the house?

In time for the holiday season, Down To Earth now offers a second gift card option for our customers. Powered by Yiftee™ and MasterCard®, our digital gift card is available for purchase online, with the gift card electronically sent to the recipient through email. The Yiftee™ gift card can be used from a recipient’s phone, paired with the Yiftee™ app or printed out. Traditional gift cards are available from purchase in-store at any register.

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Saturday, January 14

It’s getting closer to the 8th Annual Fun With Fermentation Festival!  Down To Earth is proud to be a part of this great family friendly event, filled with educational fermentation demos.  Vendors will provide various samples, and plenty of knowledge will be shared.  We will be hosting a booth to showcase all the items you’ll need to DIY, as well as answering questions.

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Eangee Lamps
For The Home

Warm up your living space with a gorgeous nature-inspired, eco-friendly, handmade and fair trade lamp from Eangee.

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DoveWare
Aroma Houseware

Made from 100% natural materials, its versatile cookware that looks beautiful on the table.

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Frieling Brotoform
Bread Baskets

Made from natural cane, these durable baskets are designed to help bread proof and shape uniformly.

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Fungi for the People
Mushroom Kits

In two varieties, these are a perfect hobby kit for enthusiastic mushroom hunters.

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In the Home

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Small-batch cooking leaves you with just enough for now

If someone were to ask you, what food is most likely to be preserved for later consumption, a good number of people would say jam. It’s that classic pantry treat, sun-ripened berries that were jarred and saved for later rainy days, but what if we told you the best jam isn’t made to be eaten later? What if we told you that you’d been doing jam all wrong for years, and the best ones are made to be eaten that weekend? This quick jam recipe will change your mind.

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You won’t believe what simple jam can do!
Sweet and Spicy Drumsticks

Toss drumsticks in spicy, sweet sauce and double-bake them so they’re crispy.

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Blackberry-Strawberry Margarita

Blackberry-strawberry jam brings sweetness, tartness and fruitiness to this margarita.

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Our Family’s Classic Hamantaschen

This Jewish bakery favorite will change your cookie trays for the holiday season.

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Bormioli Rocco
Swing-Top Bottles

Made in Italy, these jars are an elegant storage solution for liqueurs, oils and homemade beverages.

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Vintage Bottles

Made in Italy, these bottles are a full way to can kitchen table accoutrements and single-serving beverages.

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Super Terrines

Designed in pure, virgin glass, these terrines are an attractive take on standard bail-lid jars. Made in France.

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Ohio Stoneware
Fermentation Crocks

The American-made classic, these crocks are beloved by both novice and veteran fermenters.

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In the Garden

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Mastering the fundamentals helps build great gardens

The most basic step of gardening is the one that many are not properly taught, properly getting the plant into the earth. It’s not as easy as getting it out of its plastic pot and putting it into a hole. It’s one of the few times that a gardener has direct access to the plant’s roots, making it a fantastic opportunity to fertilize and inoculate the plant with mycorrhizae.

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It’s time to start thinking about next spring!
Preparing Potatoes for Planting

A side-dish favorite, they are easy to grow in whatever garden setup you have.

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Grow Your Own Asparagus

This hardy, herbaceous perennial can survive for 10 to 15 years.

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Planting Bare Root Trees

It’s time to grow your own renewable source of fresh fruit in your back yard.

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Bio-Live 5-4-2

Our best-selling fertilizer, it’s active microbes will give your plants a head start.

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Acid Mix 4-3-6

For acid-soil loving plants, this mix encourages lush flowers and fruits.

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All Purpose 4-6-2

Our original mix, it is the one-shot plan for a fruitful growing season.

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Vegan Mix 3-2-2

Designed for the vegan gardener, this mix will go throughout the season.

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