Trees for the Future has planted over 155 million trees since 1989. Nice!
We've been working together for 3 years, since Tree Tribe started. August is their birthday month and we want to say thank you and happy birthday!
Some cool facts about Trees for the Future:
Nearly a billion people live in extreme poverty and earn less than $1/day.
Many are subsistence farmers whose farming practices have led to the deforestation of their land and the degradation of the their local – and the global – environment.
The forest gardens Trees for the Future plants help by providing a sustainable source of food, resources, and additional ways to earn a living - a total rejuvenation of trees, plants, animals, and communities.
Trees are the focus, but we also celebrate the depths of benefits that Trees for the Future provides for our planet.
Through our partnership with Trees for the Future, any time you buy Tree Tribe Sunglasses, Clothing, or Reusable Bags you're also planting 10 trees. We donate every quarter based on our product sales, equal to 10 trees per product sold.
If you want to learn more about Trees for the Future, head to Trees.org
Today for #GivingTuesday we donated to Trees for the Future to plant 🌲 3,000 trees 🌲
That bumps our total trees planted count to over 300,000! Whoa!
What started 3 years ago as an idea to create eco friendly products and plant 10 trees for every product sold has turned into a legit force of good for the Earth.
Mastermind Adventures combines outdoor adventure with entrepreneurship to create epic experiences.
They host destination adventures to bring together small groups of entrepreneurs to foster adventure, connection, and learning.
Here's a video from an adventure this year in Utah:
The idea behind Tree Tribe is to create consciously, build community, and give back to the Earth.
Our community focused approach means we take requests, and sometimes our Tribe comes up with ideas that get turned into actual products... liiiiiike the Envelope Clutch!
Read on for before/after pics and an interview with Bekah, the designer behind the Envelope Clutch.