Turn Any Jar Into a Bug Sanctuary Educational, eco-friendly fun! Create a bug hotel out of any wide-mouth mason jar. An intricate wire mesh lid provides ample ventilation for your tiny guests, while keeping them safe and secure. Great for learning, teaching, and observing. The 100% recyclable paper packaging can be cut, folded, and fashioned into various types of bug shelters, such as castles, teepees, VW vans, cabins, and even a coffin. (Scissors and glue are needed for assembly.)
Intended as an observational tool; please always show respect for bugs and their habitats.
FUN FACT: Not only can packaging be used to create little spaces for your bug friends, it can be flipped inside out to reveal that this is also a great product for sprouting, sifting, straining, etc. We love that EcoJarz made 2 products in one!
Fits any wide-mouth canning jar (about 3" across at top)
Versatile: Sift, Strain, Sprout, Sieve
Durable and reusable
Plastic-free, non-toxic fun
Packaging turns into DIY houses for bugs!
READ MORE...BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF Dimensions: 3.5″ x 1″ Weight: 1 oz (27.2 g) Mesh hole size: .9mm/900 microns Care: Wash with soap and water when needed. Dry thoroughly after washing and store in a dry place to avoid rust.
Made of 18-8 food grade 304 stainless steel and FDA-approved silicone.
PACKAGING Minimal and made from recycled paper, designed to be reused as part of the fun! Can be composted or recycled when you're done.
SOURCE Responsibly made in China.
ABOUT THE COMPANY EcoJarz was started by a group of friends in 2012 in Upstate, NY, now based in Denver, CO. They are committed to creating a better planet, and follow a set of principles to try to improve everything they do. They do their best to adhere to the Triple Bottom Line: working to create a profitable company that is responsible to the people it employs and to the planet. From the beginning, they have tried to offer innovative solutions, such as offering products without retail packaging, in an effort to reduce their footprint. They pay employees a living wage. And they strive to create products that are:
Beautiful, functional and durable
Non-disposable, and built to last a lifetime
Healthy, with no toxic components
Manufactured responsibly by workers earning a living wage