Getting ready to plant your spring garden, but want to give the made-in-China crap a pass? Check out Fisher Blacksmithing’s gardening tools ($28-$68). They have perennial trowels, pointed hoes, square hoes, planting dribbles, three-tined rakes, and a bunch of other stuff. It’s all hand-foraged in Montana by blacksmith Tuli Fisher, who also happens to shoe horses on the side. There, now you can plant your tomatoes with the knowledge that even your tools are local. Well, pretty local. Local enough for a globalized age, let’s say.