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Advanced bird products company donates portion of proceeds to childhood cancer fundraising foundation to help cure childhood cancer

September 1, 2021 (CLEVELAND) – Having a child with cancer is one of the most painful and difficult situations a family can face. To support children and families affected by childhood cancer, Nature’s Way Bird Products is donating a portion of the proceeds from their new Hummingbird Lemonade Stand feeder to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, a pediatric cancer non-profit organization.

Nature’s Way, a manufacturer of wild bird products, has revealed a new hummingbird feeder with bright lemonade-inspired patterns and colors. Along with its sweet design, this feeder features a built-in continuous perching ring, lifelike flower feeding ports and an ant moat cap. All feeder parts are removable for a complete cleaning, extending the life of the feeder and keeping the hummingbirds healthy.

“Our family at Nature’s Way is inspired by the courage of childhood cancer heroes,” said Cristin Smith, Director of Product Development and Marketing at Nature’s Way. “As a family-owned and operated small business personally affected by cancer, we felt it our duty to offer our support to others in similar situations. Through this simple gesture of creating the Hummingbird Lemonade Stand feeder and launching during National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we can provide another way to raise awareness for childhood cancer support. We hope our ongoing donation helps these children and their families during a really challenging time.”

The Hummingbird Lemonade Stand feeder will be available on and at select retailers beginning 9/1/2021.


Established in 2011, Nature’s Way Bird Products engineers and manufactures advanced bird products with superior quality components and innovative designs. Through a dedicated and extensive network of local dealers and global retailers, Nature’s Way delivers a full line of products to enhance the backyard birding experience including bird feeders, birdhouses, bat houses, insect houses and more. Based in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Nature’s Way is committed to bringing wildlife back to your yard in a sustainable, enriching, and enjoyable way – just like nature intended! For more information, visit


Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) emerged from the front yard lemonade stand of 4-year-old Alexandra “Alex” Scott, who was fighting cancer and wanted to raise money to find cures for all children with cancer. Her spirit and determination inspired others to support her cause, and when she passed away at the age of 8, she had raised $1 million. Since then, the Foundation bearing her name has evolved into a national fundraising movement. Today, ALSF is one of the leading funders of pediatric cancer research in the U.S. and Canada raising more than $200 million so far, funding over 1,000 research projects and providing programs to families affected by childhood cancer. For more information, visit

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How to use the Handle-it Bag Clip

How to use the Handle-it Bag Clip

The Handle-it bag clip is the all-in-one solution for using and storing big bulky bags of lawn fertilizer, bird seed, pet food, and more. It’s simple to install, reduces spills and makes it so much easier to lift and carry big, bulky bags using the built-in handle! Make your outdoor and indoor chores less of a hassle with these benefits:

  • Built-in handle makes lifting and carrying bags easier
  • Built-in funnel and pour spout enable easy precision pouring to reduce mess
  • Two-point latching system and screw cap ensure a tight closure
  • All-in-one storage solution eliminates the need for additional storage bins
  • Fits bags up to 16" wide
  • Holds up to 40 pounds
  • Dimensions: 5" H x 15.25" W x 3.5" D

carry pour and store with the handle-it bag clip

For those with a seemingly endless to-do list, here are a few ways that Handle-it can help save you time and energy while keeping you organized.


From house plants and patio containers to vegetable gardens and landscapes, the Handle-it bag clip can help you transport heavy bags of soil amendments and plant food to different areas of your house and yard with ease. You don’t need to worry about the bags spilling on the way with the two-point latching system and screw cap. Since Handle-it lets you store the contents right inside the bag, you can keep your garage or shed clean and organized.

Handle-it can help you with:

  • Soil amendments
  • Plant fertilizer

Lawn Maintenance

Yardwork can be hard work but using the Handle-it bag clip can help you easily move around the yard with heavy bags of lawn care products. Lifting bags of fertilizer and grass seed to pour into a spreader takes less effort with the help of a bag clip. Plus, you don’t have to worry about missing the mark and making a mess since the built-in funnel and pour spout let you pour with precision. And at the end of long day of outdoor chores, the Handle-it bag clip lets you confidently seal and store your bags of lawn maintenance products without worry of them spilling or spoiling.

Handle-it can help you with:

  • Fertilizer
  • Grass seed
  • Ice melt
pouring bag of grass seed into spreader using handle-it bag clip

Pet Owners

Keeping your furry, finned, or equine friends fed is a daily task that can become difficult if you buy pet food or litter in bulk. Large bags of food or litter can be tough to lift and challenging to pour, but the Handle-it bag clip can make it easier with the durable built-in handle, funnel and pour spout. Keep your pet food fresher longer by keeping it tightly sealed right in the bag, eliminating the need for extra storage bins and avoiding the extra time transferring food from the bag to the bin. The Handle-it bag clip has a two-point latching system and screw cap that ensures a tight closure with no risk of spilling.

Handle-it can help you with:

  • Dog kibble
  • Cat chow
  • Clumping cat litter
  • Litter pellets
  • Horse feed
  • Fish food
  • Bird seed

pouring bag of dog food into bowl using handle-it bag clip

Backyard Birding

The Handle-it bag clip was designed with backyard birders in mind to help you carry, pour and store large bags of bird seed. When you use Handle-it, you can transport bulky seed and feed bags to multiple bird feeders in just one trip. With the built-in funnel and pour spout, you pour out the exact amount you need in the precise direction you want it, getting more seed in the bird feeder and less on the ground. The seed can be stored inside the bag with the secure latching system and screw cap so you don’t have to worry about it going bad or making a mess.

Handle-it can help you with:

  • Bird seed

pouring bag of bird seed using handle-it bag clip

More ways to use Handle-it

The uses for Handle-it are seemingly endless! There are surely more solutions that aren’t listed here, but here are a few additional ways the Handle-it bag clip can help you with your chores and hobbies:

  • Wood smoker pellets
  • Bath salts
  • Deer corn
  • Crafting supplies like beads, sand, and soy wax pellets


Learn more about how to use and install the Handle-it bag clip.

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Our NEW Award Winning Mason Jar Hummingbird Feeder

Our NEW Award Winning Mason Jar Hummingbird Feeder

Our Mason Jar Hummingbird Feeder (model# MJF1) just hit the shelves and has already been voted Best New Product by retailers at multiple Lawn & Garden distributor shows this fall.  Check out the features of this feeder:

  • Wide opening enables easier filling and cleaning
  • Flexible flower feeding ports create a Leak-FreeTM seal to avoid dripping nectar
  • Leak-FreeTM flowers remove for a more thorough cleaning
  • Glass jar and flower feeding ports are top-rack dishwasher safe
  • Lid and hanger are made from stainless steel to prevent rust and corrosion
  • Unique design creates an easy-to-use hummingbird feeder combined with a one-of-a-kind look that will be a favorite for both you and the hummingbirds!



Our newest feeders, including the Mason Jar Feeder, are now available on our web store HERE

Keep an eye out for the green "New Item!" symbol.


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