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One of the best ways to truly enjoy being outdoors in winter is to do something that you can’t do any other season. You’ll come to appreciate winter for its unique offerings, rather than just viewing it as “several months of freezing cold torture.”
As we dash into December, we're rounding out this year with some swag that is going to have you putting yourself on your holiday list - seriously, put yourself on your list, you earned it this year!
Read on to see what's new in December and don't forget to join our email list on the side of this page - we want to keep in touch! 🌲
Last month we promised, this month we’re delivering. The start of a new month means that our team has dropped a TON of brand new apparel items for you to check out - can we make #NewMonthNewWardrobe a thing? 😎
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Ever wonder how an organic tomato could taste so delicious? How the produce at your local farmers market packs so much flavor into every bite? Or how the neighbor down the street always has the most beautiful, vibrant flower garden?
The secret’s in the soil. Actually— it’s what goes into the soil. Compost is a rich, organic matter created by plant material to feed other plants. Also known as black gold, it’s an easy way to boost the health of your garden or indoor plants.
Learn all about composting here!
Our team has been working hard to drop new designs and merch for you, and the day is finally here! We just launched a ton of all-new designs, leggings, face masks, sports, bras, eco-bottles, shirts...and more (can you tell we're excited?)!
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Did you know that the average US household produces 4.4 pounds of trash a day? That adds up to over a ton per household per year!
The statistics are scary, but the solution doesn’t have to be. Going zero waste is one of the most impactful and rewarding decisions you can personally make for the health of the planet.