As we swim into the warm summer months, we’ve been daydreaming of all things ocean — including the beloved creatures that call it home. That’s why we’re so pleased to announce that we have teamed up with One Tree Planted to plant a tree in the Pacific Northwest region of North America for every print sold in the MUTTS Shop this season.

How Do Trees Help Whales?

The Southern Resident Orca species is on the brink of extinction, threatened by habitat contamination, interference by watercraft, and a shrinking food supply. Each year, as the orca migrates, it depends upon the West Coast Chinook salmon and its habitat. Planting trees along the coast in the Pacific Northwest reduces water contamination, lowers toxicity of harmful pollutants, protects salmon spawning grounds, and increases orca food supply and quality. This effort to bring balance to the ecosystem is critical to the future of the Southern Resident Orca and has a cascading impact throughout the region.

Learn more in this blog post from One Tree Planted! 

Ocean-Friendly Favorites

In April, we announced that we had joined up with One Tree Planted, and since, we’ve been able to plant nearly 200 trees! Take a gander at some of our favorite ocean-themed strips and join us in protecting what we love.

 August 2, 1998 MUTTS comic strip

Published August 2, 1998 | Fetch This Print


August 9, 2020 MUTTS comic strip

Published August 9, 2020 | Fetch This Print


August 28, 2022 MUTTS comic strip

Published August 28, 2022 | Fetch This Print


August 4, 2013 MUTTS comic strip

Published August 4, 2013 | Fetch This Print


July 28, 2013 MUTTS comic strip

Published July 28, 2013 | Fetch This Print

  

About One Tree Planted

One Tree Planted is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit on a mission to make it simple for anyone to help the environment by planting trees. Their projects span the globe and are done in partnership with local communities and experts to create an impact on nature, people, and wildlife. Reforestation helps to rebuild forests after fires and floods, provides jobs for social impact, and restores biodiversity.

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