Tree Tribe is a lifestyle brand with a passion to help the Earth, while making cool natural styles. Trees are the foundation to a healthy planet, so we plant 10 trees on every sale through non-profit organizations.
On a larger scale, Tree Tribe is an idea, a community, and a Tribe in the truest sense. We all live on this amazing planet together, and through the power of the Tribe, we can improve the quality of life of the entire world.
We make products with natural materials and a focus on sustainability. We love natural style in every sense, whether it's the materials you wear, the plants in your home, or the foods you eat.
Tree Tribe represents the active outdoor lifestyle and sense of adventure. Traveling is a big part of our ethos, as traveling allows you to open your mind to other cultures and experience the natural beauty of the Earth from different angles.
Our tree planting efforts help communities around the world, on both a local and global level. We encourage helping others and giving back to the community to create harmony in the world.
The Earth is our home. We're all citizens of Earth, and it's our duty to respect our home and maintain a healthy, happy planet.
Our goal is to continue creating natural, sustainable fashion, while giving back to the Earth and growing a community of like minded people.
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Let’s start things off with a small bit of advice. Start using your travel journal before your trip.
Seriously, you’ll realise how important it is, when you are looking back at your adventures, to record even the slightest bit of planning to ensure that your trips have meaning and purpose.
Before all the memories and ticket stubs begin to flood the pages of your journal, make a list of things you want to see, food you want to try, or dedicate a page to language phrases you can use on the daily.
Fresh out of university after four years studying ecology, zoology and conservation genetics, I was well and truly ready for an adventure.
I wanted to book a plane ticket, pack my bags and head out the door as soon as possible.
But two things were stopping me. Firstly, money. Spending four years studying doesn’t mean you’re exactly raking in the cash. Secondly, when I got back and started looking for jobs, what would an employer think of a recent lengthy, self-indulgent holiday?
Then a solution came to me:
Why not combine some adventurous traveling with work experience?
In THE POWER OF MYTH by Joseph Campbell with Bill Moyers (1988), Campbell states that “Chief Seattle was one of the last spokesmen of the Paleolithic moral order. In about 1852, the United States Government inquired about buying the tribal lands for the arriving people of the United States.”
“The President in Washington sends word he wishes to buy our land. But how can you buy or sell the sky? The land? The idea is strange to us. If we do not own the freshness of the air and the sparkle of the water, how can you buy them?”
- Chief Seattle