Bird on a Branch, a start-up based out of Fremantle, Western Australia, has launched this week, teaming up with some of Australia’s most recognised environmental organisations, to help save some of Australia’s most threatened ecosystems. They are working closely with numerous local artists, to create unique designs that capture the essence of the ecosystems they are trying to save. These designs are then placed onto t-shirts made from 4.5 1.5 litres recycled plastic bottles.
An environmental enterprise, Bird on a Branch creates eco-friendly, high-quality products, disbursing part of every sale to help fund various environmental campaigns, that are seeking to save threatened ecosystems. Such vital organisations, such as The Wilderness Society, need money to survive. Bird on a Branch offers a simple way to help.
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After visiting the Tarkine (Takayna) region of North-West Tasmania in March 2020, co-founders Ross Johnson and Sam Burke, were inspired by Bob Brown and his team of environmental activists from The Bob Brown Foundation, who are devoting their lives’ to save Australia’s largest temperate rainforest. The idea was born. Visit birdonabranch.co