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Jennie Turner Garlington gives us a glimpse of her top eco-friendly picks around the city.

HORSING AROUND
Jennie Turner Garlington (with her daughter, Hope) sports her Hope Unlimited Navajo rug satchel with saddle brown fringe and solid brass hardware, $750.

Aviary Organic Beauty Collective uses the best organic, biodynamic ingredients, wild crafted herbs and flowers, and offers products free from harmful chemicals, harsh additives and surfactants, artificial colors, fragrance, dyes and other potentially hazardous ingredients.”

659 Auburn Ave. NE, Ste. 125, 404.577.2460

Abbadabba’s offers shoes for a wide range of experiences and adventures—including TOMS, Frye and Earth Brands—plus they support small businesses with microfinance loans.”

Frye Kelly belted tall boot, $438, similar styles at Abbadabba’s, multiple locations, 404.588.9577

The Beehive is a collection of handmade or recycled jewelry, clothing, home goods, and items for babies and toddlers from more than 50 designers.”

1250 Caroline St. NE, 404.581.9261

“I interviewed integrative health expert Dr. Andrew Weil for my EcoSense for Living series—I love his restaurant True Food Kitchen’s model and his motto ‘Honest food that tastes really good.’”

Organic Tuscan kale salad with Steelhead salmon, $19, 3393 Peachtree Road NE, Ste. 3058B, 404.481.2980

“My dad is featured on the cover of Roger Moenks’ I Am Eco-Warrior (I Am Eco Pub). My dad remains my greatest hero, but each of the 50-plus global game changers who are profiled in photographs and conversations [in this book] is inspirational.”

Hardcover, $85, amazon.com

Jennie Turner Garlington is a wearer of many hats. As a vocal champion of the environment, a mom, a former CNN producer and current PBS producer of EcoSense for Living, this beauty (and, yes, daughter of local legend Ted Turner) is adding another feather to her cap with the recent launch of Hope Unlimited, a new line of one-of-a-kind bags. Inspired largely by Native American culture, the totes are crafted using materials from Garlington’s myriad travels. The sustainability warrior originally conceived the bags as one-off gifts but decided to launch a full line, designed in partnership with her 12-year-old daughter, Hope. Here, the Atlanta native shares her hometown haunts. From $400