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For curious adventurers seeking some alone time in nature. A place and community to learn more about this earth and beyond. We send monthly newsletters on the latest on earth sciences, and share the best of Canada like our national parks. Proudly Canadian.

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    Born in Canadian wilderness

    Born in Canadian wilderness

    On a bright and sunny day during the summer of 2014, a short paddle out on a fresh water lake, we reached complete solitude. There were not another soul in sight, and in that moment "trees not people" was born. 

    Our products are sourced and embroidered in small batches in Prince Edward County, Ontario.



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    • November 11, 2019 What nature gives us
      What nature gives us We're starting a new series on what nature means to us. And our first interview is with Jena Swanson from Spearfish, South Dakota. She's balancing being a gymnast, a student, and getting her nature fill in. 
    • March 08, 2019 March '19
      March '19 Your monthly earth science-y news round up. Newly discovered worm tunnels that are half a billion years old in northern Canada. We finally studied and filmed the elusive type D killer whales near Chile. Do octopuses dream? And two giant blobs piercing the core of our earth and we know nothing about them.
    • February 09, 2019 February '19
      February '19 February's roundup: a world map of all tree species, meteor spikes for the earth & moon, mountains you can't hike (they are underground!), and the world's newest volcanic island.
    • January 17, 2019 Canadian National Parks: #treesnotpeople edition
      Canadian National Parks: #treesnotpeople edition I'm pretty obsessed with Canada's parks. And for someone who's actively scoping out interesting / remote spots for the past 4 years, I'm somehow STILL finding hidden gems. It continues to blow my mind. Here are some of my favourite finds. I've taken the liberty to add a bonus non-national park, but too good to not share find at the end.