Sharing our journey + stories about Nature, Adventure, Travel, and Community. If you're an adventurer and want to contribute, give us a shout!
We're all about helping the planet, and using reusable water bottles and reducing plastic is part of that mission. Here are some key reasons why using a reusable water bottle is great for you and the environment:
Imagine quitting your job, leaving your home, purchasing and converting a van, and hitting the road with your adorable labrador. Spending the next months and years traveling with no set plan, working on a permaculture farm, falling asleep and waking up in the wilderness...
Meet Marina, the girl who's done all this and more!
Getting out in nature provides a wonderful escape from stress, anxiety and negative thoughts. It has been long thought that frolicking in the ocean has even more health benefits; historically doctors would recommend their patients go to the seaside to improve their various illnesses.
At Tree Tribe, we can’t get enough of the ocean, and check out the evidence to support it:
Do you commute to the gym to workout?
Have you ever considered what you’re missing out on by not exercising outdoors and in nature?
Do you love that feeling you get during and after doing outdoor activities?
If you like the adventure spirit you'll love these adventurers - Mick, Liss, Andy, and Holly are sailing the World on a home built 48 foot Catamaran!
They're "in search of Great Sailing, Epic Waves, and New Friends in a Journey of a lifetime." AWESOME!
Tree Tribe launched in the summer of 2015, and from day 1 it has been our commitment to create with eco friendly materials and plant trees. Our goal is to plant millions of trees all over the Earth!
Woohoo just passed 🌲 50,000 TREES 🌲 planted!!!
Check out our tree planting map to see where we plant our trees - treetribe.com/pages/trees.
We're now working with American Forests to plant more trees in the USA! They’ve completed reforestation projects in all 50 U.S. states and nearly 50 countries... Epic!
Did you know that over half of U.S. drinking water originates in forests?