Zero Waste Gear & Education

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Handcrafted and locally made



I got the travel kit and think it is absolutely genius. Everything is high quality and you get a lot of products for the price. I love that I am supporting a local business who is making a positive change in the world . Would highly recommend.

Loretta: Lake Havasu, AZ

I purchased the stainless steel straws and love them! I received such great and friendly customer service. Kaylee is so passionate and has such a depth of knowledge when it comes to embracing a sustainable lifestyle. Thank you!

Emily: Denver, CO

We got a four pack and two pack of the straws with carry cases and cleaning brushes. Three for home and three for my purse. We love them. Thank you for making us more echo friendly. Fast shipping and very responsive. Cant wait to see the new products you come out with. thanks again.

Lisa, Tuscon, AZ

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Hemp Hats

Hand Crafted Hats

This adventure began with dedication, trust, and selfless vision.

This is for the Earth, vocalizing the urgency for eco-solutions. Offering the high quality and fair trade eco creations we need with organically grown hemp and ever-evolving custom styles

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About The Project

We have partnered with Sunny Life Hats to share faire trade hemp hats!

"To maintain a level of responsibility of livelihood for the finisher, the seamstress, the cutter, the dyer, the weaver, the fiber maker, the farmer, and their families

To maintain a level of awareness of impact on the local/global environments and communities where we are blessed to share"

About The Project

The Process

Hand crochet by our fair trade women's collective out of Katmandu, our raw hemp holds the lowest temperature even in the highest heat! Keeping you cool all day

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Meet Kaylee

The founder of ZippNada. She focuses on zero waste waste education in rural communities and providing high quality, affordable, locally made zero waste gear to help others along there journey.

"Not everyone can do everything, but everyone can do something"