Wellness Resources

A curated list of thoughtful companies to help support your highest purpose. 

The Environmental Working Group is one of my go-to wellness resources. Their mission is to empower people to live healthier lives in a healthier environment. With breakthrough research and education, they drive consumer choice and civic action.  


Get the EWG's Clean Fifteen™ and Dirty Dozen™ produce lists to help you make better choices for yourself and your family, and reduce exposures to toxic pesticides: EWG's Clean Fifteen™ and Dirty Dozen™


While we're on the subject of clean...do you know what's in the cleansers, lotions, makeup or sunscreen you use?  Ever wonder about that long list of ingredients on the label? Check out EWG's Skin Deep® Cosmetics Database and get informed before you buy: EWG's Skin Deep® Cosmetics Database

The National Farmers Market Directory (NFMD) helps connect growers, vendors & various small businesses with consumers in their own local community. Many farmers markets will include farm animals for kids and host fun activities so that the entire family can enjoy the experience.


The Farmers Market Directory provides consumers with convenient access to information about farmers market listings such as location, operating times, reviews and more, to better connect farmers & buyers, and enhance awareness of available local food sources.


Thrive Market is a membership community that uses the power of direct buying to deliver the world’s best healthy food and natural products to members at wholesale prices, and to sponsor free memberships for low-income American families.


Join Thrive Market for just $59.95/yr and save on the world’s best healthy products.  At 25-50% off retail, most Thrive members will make back their membership fee in savings within their first 2 orders. That leaves a year of savings and buying goods you can afford.

For over 25 years, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer.


A CSA farmer will offer a certain number of "shares" to the public. Typically, the share consists of a box of vegetables, but other farm products may be included such as fruit, eggs, milk, cheese or beef. Interested consumers purchase a share (aka a "membership" or a "subscription") and in return receive a box (bag, basket) of seasonal produce each week throughout the farming season.  Learn more from Local Harvest and find a CSA farmer near you. 

Did you know that more than 20% of the fruits and vegetables grown in America never make it off the farm because they aren’t perfect enough for grocery store standards? Crazy, right?  


Imperfect Produce fights food waste by finding a home for ‘ugly’ produce. They source it directly from farms and deliver it to customers’ doors for 30-50% less than grocery store prices. Their subscription produce box is affordable, convenient, customizable, healthy, and delicious. Learn how to eat ugly and help build a more sustainable and effective food system. 

Dry Farm Wines curates only the highest quality natural wines from small, sustainable family farms that meet their strict standards of health. Selections are deliciously all-natural, additive-free, and with low sulfites. Visit their site to learn more. 

Butcher Box is committed to making high-quality meat accessible and affordable to as many people as possible. By partnering with a collective of small farms, they're able to deliver you the best products for less than $6 per meal.

They deliver 100% grass-fed & grass-finished beef, free-range organic chicken, and heritage breed pork straight to your door. And shipping is free!  Visit their site to learn about their customizable subscription plans.