8 Better, Healthier & Greener Father's Day Gifts

Do you want to get your Pops what he really wants this Father's Day? Well since the Tesla Roadster likely doesn't fit into the still-lingering-recession budget, we have 8 better, healthier, and greener gifts for Dad at every price1) Organic Wine of the Month Club - $49.99 month

Wall Street Journal delivery? Check. Dwell magazine subscription?? Check. Organic Wine of the Month Club??? Some of dad's favorite things already arrive at his doorstep, and wine shouldn't be an exception. Gift dad a subscription to the Organic Wine Company, and Dad will get 3 bottles of wine made from organic grapes delivered monthly to his front door.2) Klean Kanteen Insulated Coffee - $26.99

Don't let Dad fall victim to potentially dubious office coffee and gift him the Klean Kanteen Insulated 16 oz Bottle. This insulated thermos can keep your homemade organic cup of Joe hot for up to six hours. In the summer, his iced coffee will stay chilled for up to 24 hours.3) Want for J. Crew 24-hour Travel Bag - $495

Whether Dad is heading to Montauk or Santa Barbara for the weekend this summer, the Want Organic for J. Crew weekender is the perfect manbag for his weekend jaunt. Made from 100% organic cotton from Turkey and sustainably produced leather.4) Born to Run - $14

If Dad is a weekend warrior or a seasoned runner, he'll enjoy Christopher McDougall's enthralling book that explores whether humans are hard-wired to run.5) Linus Bike - starting from $389

For the Dad who values form over function in his bicycle, check out Linus Bikes' timeless sporty rides.6) Sodastream Jet Starter Kit - $99

With the gift of Sodeastream's Jet Starter Kit, Dad can enjoy sparkling water every night of the week without consuming glass bottles.

7) Tall Cow Card - $4.50 - $6.75

When a Papyrus or Hallmark card doesn't fit the Dad, check out the creative designs of Tall Cow. All of the cards are hand-printed on 100% recycled paper.

8) Banana Walnut Pancakes in Bed - Priceless!

One of our favorite NY brunch spots is Bubby's, which uses organic and local ingredients whenever possible. (How cool is their placemat?!)

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