Local & Fair Trade Gifts

Arts, Crafts, Toys, Textiles, Baskets, and Woodwork

Kitchen Utensils

Hats & Scarves

Handcrafted Baskets

Art Prints & Cards

Wooden Toys

Cloth Dolls

In addition to a fine selection of handcrafted pottery for the kitchen and garden, we offer unique gifts crafted by local and global artisans that will be perfect for your friends, family, and home.

Located just a short drive from Eau Claire and Menomonie, Wisconsin, the Simply Dunn gift shop offers fun and beautiful gifts that are carefully selected with you in mind. We carry art prints and cards from local artisans including Jean Accola, Chuck Apel, Brianna Capra, Tracy Landis, Mali Mattson, John Perry, Andrew Violet, and Diana Witcher. We support global fair trade and safe toys for children by carrying toys from Upavim, Cultural Cloth, and Nova Natural.

We are committed to offering local, fair trade, and child safe products. We carry gifts from local artisans and a selection of wonderful handcrafted items from around the world.

Gift Gallery

Buy Local

When you support locally-owned businesses more money is directed to your community’s economic base. Local businesses are an integral part of the distinctive character of Dunn County community. These shops and restaurants are owned by people who are more invested in the community’s future. Purchasing local products reduces pollution, prevents urban sprawl, eliminates traffic congestion, and slows habitat loss. Check out the Downsville Visitors Guide for a list of local businesses and recommended restaurants.

Fair Trade

A market-based approach to empowering farmers and craftspeople in developing countries, fair trade offers them a fair price for their products. Fair trade promotes sustainability, equitable social and environmental standards, and a living wage in emerging economies. The strategic intent is to help marginalized workers move from a position of vulnerability to one of economic self-sufficiency, as they become stakeholders in their own organizations and actively achieve greater equity through contentious international trade standards.

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