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    What I offer in my store is a reflection of my lifestyle, one that is focused on planet friendly choices: invest in things that are useful, that last, that you love and that don’t harm the planet. In my store is an eclectic ever-evolving selection of favorites + one-of-a-kind finds and limited editions from my studio.

  • Visited The Re Institute today, located in a corner of New England commonly referred to as Hells acres and historically recognized as a place outside the law. It’s traditionally a site where chance and invention take place. Work here by artist and curator of The Re Institute  @henryklimowicz   #lovedmyvisit   #thereinsitute 
  • Walking through the south field path, with wildflowers everywhere! You can’t see them in this image because they are quiet, delicate, ethereal. During the day, the field is a buzz of activity, full of butterflies, bees and birds. As soon as the sun sets, the field is alive with fireflies.
  • It’s Pollinator Week! This is the time of year when there is a big effort to raise awareness about the importance of pollinators and how we can protect them by not using pesticides and protecting their habitat. An easy way to provide their favorite foods is by doing nothing at
  • Flashbacking to when my daughters were little girls and we were spending time with our beloved friends  @cuixmala  in Mexico. The sun is intense there, so I made sure that my girls were protected by the most effective and healthy sun protection products, the kind that didn’t contain hormone disrupting
  • Friends, It’s strawberry season and this is a caring reminder to choose organic strawberries whether picking them from an organic grower, at a farmer’s market or at the supermarket. USDA tests found that strawberries were the fresh produce item most likely to be contaminated with pesticide residues, even after they
  • Hello Friends, We keep on hearing, in response to climate change, that “they will do something about it”- Who are they? We are the they- everyone is a they if they want to be. The opening of newsletter  #12  wasn’t meant as a challenge but more like a…aha moment. Each
  • Bluvet I’m excited about a product I just added to my online store: a pet blanket-duvet (a bluvet!) made with organic cotton flannel. It’s super soft yet sturdy, and perfect for having on the floor, on your pet’s bed, on the couch, on your bed or in the car. It
  • Wishing you a beautiful day and rest of the week! I’m so behind posting what I’ve been doing because I’ve been so busy “doing”! I just posted images I took of what I was up to from 7:30-8:30 this morning in stories. Working on the next newsletter  #12  to be
  • A recent drama unfolded in the woodland, all captured by the wildlife camera. Swipe left to see mama deer and her baby, sauntering along the path in the woods. A fox appeared, which may have found the fawn where it was resting. The fawn jumped and landed in the river
  • Hello Friends! I just published my latest love letter to nature, Newsletter  #11  and I hope you enjoyed reading about the kind of market every community should have; sunscreens that are good for you and the planet; how this lovely man is raising awareness about the trash we make; 3

When Time magazine named me a new Green Pioneer in 2009, I had just launched my first online eco friendly general store in Los Angeles, and an online quarterly Almanac Newsletter about everything positive going on in the environment. I also authored the book LOLA Lots of Love Always, about how to live a sustainable lifestyle and make healthy choices that are good for you and the planet. Although targeted to young women, it ended up appealing to all age groups.

As my life and work evolved over the years, my dream was increasingly about living a simpler lifestyle closer to nature, hence my move to the Hudson Valley in Upstate New York, where I could still continue my work, have a much larger garden, woods to wander in and be the best steward I can be of the land I now call home.

Now, I have a new store: Priscilla-Woolworth-Store-Studio, which continues to reflect my lifestyle: acquiring things that are useful, made to last, and don’t harm the planet.

My “larger” garden became a mini organic farm, River’s Edge Farm, where I grow enough food that I am able to donate a portion to a food pantry called the Recovery Kitchen in Hudson, New York. I also sell wild foraged and grown produce to an organic community market in Philmont, New York.

The journey continues.

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