In a little patch of New Hampshire woods, hundreds of trees are hard at work, soaking up sunlight and transforming it into energy. Now, they aren’t the only ones catching the rays. Here at Badger, we strive to imitate the…
The topic of plastic packaging is a tough one. Especially when you sell products in plastic. Find out what steps we’re taking to change this!
Did you know that during WWII, about 40% of all American produce was grown in residential backyards? These gardens were so successful in bringing community members together that they are now making a comeback. In fact, today’s Climate Victory Gardens are helping to reverse Climate Change. Find out how you can be a part of the movement!
We are recommitting to our roots and envisioning the future. Want to join us? Read the latest post on the Badger Blog to find out how!
Do you ever feel like recycling isn’t enough? In the quest to reverse climate change, harm reduction alone is not enough – we must also focus on healing damage already done. Badger is leveraging the power of regenerative agriculture to tackle climate change from the ground up. Read on to learn more!
The topic of reef-friendly or reef-safe sunscreens has been getting a lot of press lately. New science continues to emerge and coral-dependent communities, including Hawaii and Palau, are passing laws banning certain types of sunscreen chemicals. At Badger it’s important…
By being mindful about our choices, each of us can effect change in the stream of plastic waste. Single-use plastic poses an environmental issue we can no longer ignore. But what can we do to help? Hoping to find and…
We may be a family-owned business but Badger’s impact is global. Click to read musings on Badger’s global impact with our sustainability coordinator Jess.
Four times a year you can find us happily digging through our trash and recycling. Why? Because assessing our waste is part of our commitment to improving our impact and moving toward zero waste.
Read how Badger monitors what we throw into our dumpster, to measure and reduce the amount we’re sending to the landfill.