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The apparel industry is the fourth largest polluter of air and water on Earth. The solution? Go sustainable, or go nude™. Minimizing our environmental impact and helping clean up the apparel industry is an integral part of our business ethos Choosing sustainability isn't the easy route, it's the only route.


In 2018 Toad & Co reduced our emissions by 51 tons of CO2, enough to drive 150,000 miles. We achieved this by using organic cotton, recycled fibers, and other high-quality materials known for low-impact growing and clean manufacturing. Sustainable materials make a world of difference.  
Of course you would. You’d do just about anything to divert 14 million tons of clothing into US landfills each year. Garments with busted zippers, stains, a little tear and missing buttons have no place in a landfill. Toad & Co is committed to keeping these resources OUT of the landfills by upcycling materials, using recycled fibers and renewing old clothing. They especially jazzed about renewed clothing because extending the life of a garment means far less water, less land, less carbon and less waste in a landfill.
Toad & Co partnered with The Renewal Workshop to give Toad clothing a second life. The Renewal Workshop uses military-grade washing machines and a team of skilled sewers to transform damaged, excess and returned Toad clothes into Renewed Apparel. 

The Conservation Alliance facilitates partnerships between businesses and grassroots organizations in an effort to protect wild places for their habitat and recreation values.

LPFW works to protect public lands in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties through legal advocacy, scientific collaboration, and community outreach.

The Environmental Defense Center protects and enhances the environment of California's south central coast through education, advocacy, and legal action.

Yosemite Facelift: Yosemite Facelift is the largest organized volunteer cleanup of any national park, with aims to offset the footprint of 4 million annual visitors to Yosemite.

A non-profit land trust in the greater Portland, Maine area, connecting healthier communities through trails, active transportation and conservation.

Ventura Land Trust works to permanently protect the land, water, wildlife, and scenic beauty of California's Ventura region for current and future generations.

Innovators of real-life solutions in areas with the most impact on climate change, Community Environmental Council's programs provide pathways to clean vehicles, solar energy, resilient food systems, and reduction of single-use plastic.



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