Regrowing Northern California

Regrowing Northern California

If you’ve been hanging around these parts for awhile you know my passion for the Pacific Northwest. I am in absolute awe of the abundance in nature and I want to be a good caretaker of our Earth by preserving and protecting it. If you read my product descriptions, you know that I’m always sourcing regional plants and ingredients from small local farms and businesses on the West Coast from Northern California to British Columbia. 

To help achieve my mission of supporting this amazing region of the planet, I have partnered with One Tree Planted. They are a non-profit organization focused on global reforestation, supporting the Amazon Rainforest and have current projects in North and Latin America, Asia and Africa.

Recently, California's iconic forests have been devastated by five years of drought, destructive bark beetle infestation, and record-breaking, back-to-back wildfire seasons. Replanting trees is imperative to clean air, clean water and improved heath of humans and the planet. I’m excited that with your help we can do our part to heal this region as every order you place on our website will plant one tree in Northern California! 

Click below to learn more about One Tree Planted and their incredible reforestation projects.

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