Wildlife

For each boxer sold, a half square meter of forest is bought to preserve biodiversity.

In partnership with

Natagora

Natagora aims to protect biodiversity and restore a good general state of nature, in balance with human activities. For each boxer, a half meter square of forest will be bought through Natagora.


We think the best way to preserve biodiversity is to help well known endangered species but also more discrete yet very important players of life. By protecting forest, we help the wolves but also the wild bees and many other insects and animals crucial in our fragile ecosystem.


Le Slibard is a soft daily reminder, when you open you closet in the morning, that small actions have an impact.

In partnership with

Natagora

Natagora aims to protect biodiversity and restore a good general state of nature, in balance with human activities. For each boxer, a half meter square of forest will be bought through Natagora.


We think the best way to preserve biodiversity is to help well known endangered species but also more discrete yet very important players of life. By protecting forest, we help the wolves but also the wild bees and many other insects and animals crucial in our fragile ecosystem.


Le Slibard is a soft daily reminder, when you open you closet in the morning, that small actions have an impact.

What we have already accomplished

Un toit pour les abeilles

Protect 

pollinators

Over the past year, the bee population has declined sharply. This is a worrying phenomenon especially when we know that 80% of crops depend on the action of pollinating insects. We donated 1200€ to Un Toit Pour Les Abeilles for building two hives.

Ecosystem Restoration Camp

Restore 

habitats

Melting ice threatens the life of Polar Bears in the Artic circle. Protecting endangered species starts with protecting their environment. 1623€ were donated to Ecosystem Restoration Camp to rehabilitate degraded ecosystems and tackle climate change.

Virunga National Park

Gorilla 

Protection

Virunga National Park, Africa’s most biodiverse protected area, exists to protect 1/3 of the world’s wild mountain gorillas.

We donated 381€ for ranger equipment to remove animal traps which harm Gorillas and other species in the park.