As we prepare to launch our Fall Collection and transition into the new season, we wanted to acknowledge the major wildfires spreading in the Western states.
In an effort to learn more about our ecosystem, including tree and forest restoration, we partnered with Los Angeles based non-profit organization TreePeople who have been working to restore our local wild lands since 1973.
Take a moment and learn more about TreePeople’s programs: service work includes initiatives around community engagement, education, policy and research, forestry, and mountain restoration.
Also, Join TreePeople's Learn at Home the week of September 28 as they look at wildfire risks that are unique to Southern California and ways you can help. TreePeople's Learn at Home provides activities to keep you reading, thinking, and growing.
PLEASE NOTE: 10% of all sales from the Fall Collection will be donated to TreePeople.
Many of the plants that go into TreePeople’s restoration sites are grown from seeds they have collected near their sites to help keep the natural diversity of our local ecosystem.
The TreePeople nursery currently is home to 7,500 native plants that will find homes in the Santa Monica Mountains and Angeles National Forest.
TreePeople has planted nearly 3 million trees since 1973.
TreePeople Environmental Education program benefits 225,000 K-12 children in Los Angeles County each year, the majority come from underserved communities.