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Charity, Nature

Art for a Cause: Wildlife Conservation Society

Sakroots collaborates with several charitable organizations that share our belief of peace and harmony among all things. Each of our artist prints is associated with a specific charity, and if you choose to donate to one of our partner charities, Sakroots will match your donation, dollar for dollar. This month, in honor of our newest print Wanderlust, we’re partnering again with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).    Wildlife Conservation Society Wildlife Conservation  ...

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Giving Back: Spotlight on The Bee Cause Project

Sakroots collaborates with several charitable organizations that share our belief of peace and harmony among all things. Each of our artist prints is associated with a specific charity, and if you choose to donate to one of our partner charities, Sakroots will match your donation. This month, we highlight The Bee Cause Project, which is tied to our newest floral print, In Bloom. Keep reading to learn more about The Bee Cause Project.  The Bee Cause Project Bees have been disappearing  ...

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Charity, Lifestyle

#BeeFree In Bloom Seed Sign Up

Attention! Due to overwhelming interest in our In Bloom seed packets, we are temporarily pausing our seed sign up to new subscribers. Thank you to everyone who showed interest in helping create new habitats for our bee friends. If you signed up, please expect 8-12 weeks for delivery for your seed packet. For more updates, be sure to check out Sakroots on Instagram, by following @sakroots. To make a donation to our charity partner, The Bee Cause Project, visit our site. Sakroots will match  ...

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Charity, Nature

Celebrating World Elephant Day

August 12th marks World Elephant Day and Sakroots is proud to support our partner charities who are on a mission to save wildlife, specifically elephants! Wildlife Conservation Society The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) protects elephants through targeted on-the-ground efforts; its international teams monitor populations, manage protected areas, and conduct anti-poaching patrols. In a 2013 study, WCS found the number of African forest elephants had declined by 65% in just a decade.  ...

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