Supporting Endangered Species

Author: Joe

May 24, 2018

May is Endangered Species Month, and our tree planting partner Eden Projects just shared some cool news with us!

They recently added 13 additional acres of land in Madagascar to use as a conservatory and rehabilitation center for endangered wildlife such as lemurs, crocodiles, tortoises, and chameleons.

I'm a big fan of wildlife conservation like this - dedicating land to use for learning and education about our environment and coexisting with nature.

We're happy to support such a great organization making positive impacts in the world.

Eden Projects helps people get people out of poverty (planting trees), restoring the environment (planting trees) and helping endangered animals (more trees yes!).

About Eden and Our Partnership

Eden Projects has planted over 200,000,000 trees on planet Earth.

They hire locals to help plant and care for the trees. They plant in Nepal, Madagascar, Haiti, and Ethiopia. For every sale of our Water Bottles or Leaf Leather Accessories, we donate to plant trees through their organization.

Author: Joe

Founder, Product Designer

I'm into outdoor adventures, hiking, traveling, and having fun πŸ˜ƒ My goal is to make a positive impact on the world and live in harmony with the Earth.

Favorite nature spot: Any forest, probably Big Sur California



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