The issue of waste and its mass accumulation in landfills, oceans, and the entire earth is an ever-increasing threat to the health of our planet. At Branching Together, we recognize the significance of this crisis and are taking action to address this by collecting and repurposing waste from local businesses into functional products to help you on your sustainable journey.
Many of our products are made of repurposed materials, and 5-gallon plastic buckets are the most frequently collected item from businesses. All bucket products are created from this diverted waste, saving the land from large amounts of plastic that does not decompose for hundreds of years.
Planting Trees & More
Branching Together prioritizes supporting meaningful causes to amplify our collective impact. For every purchase of a Branching Together product made of wood, one tree is planted. Also, 10% of each purchase of a River Rock Necklace is donated to American Rivers, which contributes to fresh water preservation and cleaning up rivers.
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FREE Resources for your Sustainable Life
Access free articles authored by yours truly (Branching Together founders), in our respective areas of expertise, as well as other environmental professionals to enhance your knowledge and understanding of ecological systems. Articles cover a variety of topics, including climate change, pollinators, agriculture, and others.
Home How-To's are a great way to reduce your environmental impact by cutting down on purchasing potentially environmentally harmful product in the store. Find DIY recipes, such as better-for-your-body deodorant, and projects, such as a mason jar wall planter, that will help you reduce waste, live more naturally, and have fun while doing it!
Dive into some of the most important environmental works of our time. You're sure to find something that piques your interest in our curated listing of book recommendations. Learn from some of the best minds in the environmental field, such as Rachel Carson, Vandana Shiva, and many others by picking up these environmental must-reads.
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