We have teamed up with One Tree Planted and IFLScience on an exciting project to help protect Orcas. For every special edition bottle sold, three trees will be planted in the Pacific Northwest. This will help replenish salmon numbers which the Orcas need to survive.
Plant Trees, Save Orcas
Watch the video below to learn more about the project.
RESTORE SALMON HABITAT
Chinook salmon swim upstream to spawn. Building up the health of the ecosystem around the banks of the rivers ensures there is proper habitat for the fish to reproduce.
IMPROVE SOIL HEALTH
Trees improve soil health by stabilizing the bans, absorbing water, and building stability with their root structures. Ensuring soil is stable and has adequate nutrients is critical to restoring overall forest health
PROTECT THE ENDANGERED ORCA
With only 75 individuals left, the Southern Resident Orcas are at their lowest numbers in over 30 years. Tree planting protects their primary food source and reduces habitat contamination.