Save the Bees!For every Tee sold, one tree will be planted by us in the UK.
We have teamed up with artist Joanne Bamber to create a limited edition printed tee to celebrate World Bee Day 2021.
About the artist
I'm Jo, an artist and passionate about protecting the planet. I have always been inspired by nature, the complexity, and the beauty that we come across in our everyday lives. I created this piece with gouache paint, which behaves a lot like watercolour paints, but with a lot more brightness. My main aim is to celebrate the wonderful things we find around us and to raise awareness of the importance of protecting them. With this tee, I hope that I can help spread the message that tree planting is important to bees as well! I just hope this tee brings a smile to you and helps to support our bees in the process.
World Bee Day takes place on 20 May each year, and its aim is to spread awareness of the significance of bees. Campaigners also ask people everywhere to do more to help protect these special insects.
This year, the day will focus on bee production and supporting beekeepers after the coronavirus pandemic has had a negative impact on the beekeeping industry.
Our Save the Bees Unisex Tee is super wearable and noticeably soft. It's made withcertified organic cotton featuring a ribbed crew neck, set-in sleeve, and printed design.
Wear our Tees with pride supporting forest and habitat creation projects in the UK.
Material: 100% organic ringspun combed cotton
1x1 rib at neck collar.
Inside back neck tape in self-fabric.
Sleeve hem and bottom hem with wide double-needle topstitch.
When creating your forests, we firmly believe in planting the right tree, in the right place, at the right time. All of our planting is done in-house and in the UK, and our methods are based on scientific research to maximise the value of every hectare of our woodlands for wildlife and carbon capture.
1. We design the site
After surveying the site in detail, we plan which trees will suit the soil type and landscape and design a planting plan. This includes tree species and features such as ponds and wildflower areas.
2: Our planters plant the trees
We use the Miyawaki Method to plant saplings at high densities so that they grow faster and restore biodiversity more quickly.
3. Receive your GPS coordinates
We’ll send you GPS coordinates so you can visit your tree.
4. Receive a certificate from Tomorrow’s Forests
As well as receiving a special certificate from Tomorrow’s Forests honouring your contribution, you will also receive exclusive topical blog posts from our in-house Ecologist.
5. Watch along as the tree grows
You will receive regular updates on how your tree or forest is growing and you will receive wildlife sightings in monthly newsletters.
Visit our blog
Visit our blog to learn more about ‘Why we are Creating Tomorrow’s Forests’ and the approach we use.