Yes. Treehugger.com, always a great resource for eco-friendly stuff, has a list of the top 7 eco-friendly cribs here: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2009/12/eco-friendly-cribs.php
Pristine planet also has good quality, non-toxic, sustainable furniture: http://www.pristineplanet.com/non-toxic-eco-friendly-natural-organic/baby-cribs/7240_a_0.html
The key is to make sure the wood is sustainably grown and there are no chemicals that will be leaching out.
Many companies produce eco-friendly cribs. Some of the brands are Oeuf, Ninetonine, Spot on Square, and Leander. An important part of these cribs being considered “green” is the use of sustainable woods. These cribs use woods from the Nordic Pine and Birch trees, both of which are sustainable. It is also important that the paint used on the cribs is toxic-free, like most of these cribs.
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