Planting Trees In Your Honor
We've spent a lot of time identifying the best solution for planting trees while sustaining our operations to afford doing so. We'd considered purchasing a plot of land or working with local parks in digging up holes and planting saplings. Yet, we believed that the greatest impact we could make to both the environment and you would require us to partner with a third-party non-profit organization with an expertise in forestry.
We researched, interviewed, and evaluated several organizations that would fit the bill of our planting efforts and after extensive debate decided to partner with TreeCycler.
This organization has many years of experience with reforestation efforts worldwide, and was held in high-regard with every state department of forestry we'd inquired. One of the primary benefits that we identified in this partnership was that individuals would be able to plant their trees, locally, in the places that were most important to them. Our thinking on this is to give you the option of visiting the location of your reforestation project, and letting you relax between your two trees.
(All tree codes are purchased from May through March will be distributed to the email address you used at checkout on the following Earth Day (April 22). Products that were purchased in April will be delivered May 31st, to allow for the return/exchange period to complete. If we do not have your email on file, your trees will still be planted.)
to plant your trees once your codes have been received.
Meet Our Partners
Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics -
The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics is a national organization that protects the outdoors by teaching and inspiring people to enjoy it responsibly. The Center accomplishes this mission by delivering cutting-edge education and research to millions of people across the country every year. For more visit Leave No Trace.
National Parks Conservation Association - The National Parks Conservation Association has, since 1919, been the independent and nonpartisan voice working to strengthen and protect America's favorite places.
The Creative Action Network - The Creative Action Network community of artists and advocates making art with purpose. They run crowd-sourced campaigns around causes, inviting anyone and everyone to contribute their own meaningful designs. They then develop those designs into a range of physical goods, from posters to apparel to home good, which they sell online, and in retailers all over the country, supporting artists and causes with every purchase.