Getting to Know tentree

More and more companies are realizing that today’s consumers care where goods come from. More importantly, an increasing number of companies want to help make a difference in the world we live in. Among the growing list of responsible outdoor brands is tentree.

10 trees are planted for every tentree product purchased

tentree is an outdoor clothing brand that sell men’s and women’s apparel, hats, and backpacks. With every purchase of a tentree product, the company plants approximately ten trees in areas in need of trees. Sometimes more than ten trees are planted to ensure that ten trees survive with each the planting.

The company partners with non-profits such as Canadian Wildlife Federation, WeForest, American Forests, Eden Reforestation, and Trees for the Future. Together with organizations like these, tentree is able to help improve regions across the globe through reforestation efforts.

When you purchase a tentree product, you help plant trees in areas that need trees most such as Madagascar, Nepal, Senegal, and Ethiopia where deforestation has ruined ecosystems and seriously harmed the surrounding environment. They only use local tree species, which means that tentree helps replant native forests rather than introduce invasive species.

Since 2012, tentree has helped plant over 15 million trees. You can check out their tree map to see where trees are being planted.

Every tentree product comes with a metal token so you can see exactly where your trees are being planted. This provides a unique experience that allows you to see your beneficial impact.

More than planting trees

Reforestation is certainly an admirable cause, but tentree is about more than just planting trees. They are an outdoor clothing brand that emphasizes social and environmental responsibility.

They value transparency, and want you to know where your clothes come from, and how they were sourced and made. That’s why tentree implements responsible manufacturing processes. They only work with environmentally responsible factories that are WRAP approved.

Transparency is great, and planting trees is even better, but tentree is hoping to foster a culture that not only values environment, but encourages active participation in environmental stewardship. They are trying to lead by example.

Interested in tentree? Stop by and check out our selection of tentree products at Uncle Sam’s Safari Outfitters in Fayetteville, AR!

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