Wildlife Works

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I’m so beyond broke, but the next time I have some cash burning a hole in my pocket, I know where I’m going to go shopping: Wildlife Works. Not only is their stuff riduculously adorable and totally my style, but everything is made from environmentally-friendly materials (mostly organic cotton). AND the profits from the sale of the clothes go to support habitat conservation in Africa. AND they hire locals to work in both the factory and on the wildlife reserve. They explain:

In Kenya, Africa, our Rukinga Wildlife Sanctuary has opened a key migration corridor for endangered elephants, cheetahs, wild dogs, zebras and 43 other large mammal species.
Formerly this area was rife with poaching. Currently, for every person making clothes at Rukinga Africa, we have one person on guard against poachers. Therefore as clothing sales build in the UK and the US, we can afford to protect more wildlife and more critical bio-diverse land.
We work closely with the local community in building schools and helping educate youngsters and their elders alike, regarding the positive effects of wildlife conservation.
As sales build and the factory becomes busier, we employ more people in conservation to look after more wildlife and more land.

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About Starre Vartan
Starre Vartan is editor-in-chief of Eco-Chick.com and the author of the Eco-Chick Guide to Life.

One Comment

  1. Hi There!
    We have the Wildlife Works skirt above on sale at http://www.beklina.com

    Was $70, now $50!

    Here’s the link:
    http://www.beklina.com/organiccottonwrapskirt.html

    Peace,
    Beklina

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