The Endangered Species Charity Collection is our effort to combat the culmination of habitat loss and ongoing climate change locally. Featured in this collection is a Grizzly Bear and North Pacific Humpback Whale, showcasing the diverse range of animal life affected by these critical issues. We aim to provide a catalyst to inspire our customers' curiosity so they are empowered to take these matters personally. As always, our products are crafted from natural, environmentally sustainable materials that help combat animal endangerment. The bamboo utilized in our garments provide an alternative to synthetic nylons that bleed micro-plastics into our oceans and waterways. While organic cotton offers a more sustainable means of production by avoiding harmful pesticides and other harsh chemicals that inevitably degrade our soil.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TODAY
CREATE A CERTIFIED
PLANT A NATIVE TREE
WHAT WE'RE CURRENTLY DOING
In 2002, The Government of Canada passed the ‘Species at Risk Act’ to provide a legal framework for wildlife-species management, protection, and recovery. Currently, there are over 530 species protected under the Act. Following the listing of wildlife species under the Species at Risk Act, the government will start work on species-at-risk recovery planning, working closely with provinces, territories, Indigenous communities, and stakeholders. It is anticipated that additional species will be added to the list in the months to come.