It's not just enough to rant about the problems on the planet... We all need to contribute in one way or another. Now we're not ones to get all righteous about the things we do, but we thought you might like to know that this is more than just a business. So if every now and then we do something that doesn't seem so ANGRY, understand... WE DON'T CARE WHAT YOUR THINK!
What We Do....
Organic is beneficial to the environment; beneficial to farmers, their families and their communities.

While we design and hand-screen every product, we don't grow the cotton. To ensure quality, our supply chain is certified by Control Union and Oregon Tilth. All of our cotton bags are made in factories that have been certified according to the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and verified by an independent third party. 

The term organic describes a method of farming without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides or fertilizers, sewage sludge, irradiation or genetic engineering, and are certified by an accredited independent organization. It is a system of farming that strives for a balance with nature, using methods and materials that are of low impact to the environment (Source: Organic Trade Association, 2008).
Organic Cotton
Does Organic Cotton make a difference?
Hemp is often considered an environmental “super fibre” as it requires no pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers and needs very little water to grow. 

It’s a high-yield crop with a short growth cycle of 100 days and produces significantly more fibre per acre than either cotton or flax.  Hemps’ tensile strength is eight times that of cotton fibre which accounts for its historical use in sails and rope for the British and American Navies. 

Fabrics made from hemp are absorbent and extremely durable as well as hypo-allergenic and non-irritating to the skin.  Current tests indicate that hemp is able to kill staph and other bacteria that come in contact with its surface.
Why do you use Hemp?