“Considered living respects and fuels our connection to the environment.”
In August 2020 we planted 500 trees to give back to mother nature and became an Australian Carbon Neutral partner. Our contribution is every six months, with a decision to offset carbon emission and work towards zero impact on the environment as a company goal!
“It’s always been our purpose of making sensory design accessible, and enrich peoples lives to recharge through these spaces. These sanctuaries and moments of rest make it possible to give back and fuel the earth.”
FOR EVERY ONLINE ORDER OVER $50 WE PLANT ONE TREE.
The area along the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor – WA was once vibrant with expansive woodlands of York gum and Salmon gum trees. Now, parts of the landscape are not suitable for traditional agriculture due to problem soils that are increasingly uneconomic to farm in a drying climate.
The Plant-A-Tree Program is part of a plan to eventually link small patches of remaining vegetation and 12 nature reserves to create a green corridor. The Biodiversity Corridor will be a 200km stretch of trees and other plant life, reconnecting coastal and drier inland habitats in Three Springs Western Australia, Perenjori and Morawa.
Our trees and shrubs are thriving and we’re helping re-invigorate local communities. Revegetation work supports local businesses and employs local people, including workers from Aboriginal communities. Activities such as sandalwood production and beekeeping are being developed to complement the planting and there are plans for bush tucker and eco-cultural tourism industries. In 2014, in just two weeks of wildlife survey monitoring more than 450 species of flora, insects and birds were identified. This included 13 bird species of conservation significance as well as threatened species such as Malleefowl, Bush Stone-curlew, Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo, Western Spiny-tailed Skink and the Woylie (Brush-tailed Bettong), as well as 30 species of conservation-significant native plants.