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Supporter of our forests and National Parks

I am a proud supporter of the nonprofit organizations that are looking to enhance and preserve our forests and National Parks. Specifically, the nonprofits that have a connection to the same forest that inspired me to create each essential oil blend (National Parks Conservation Association being the one exception):

Adirondack Park: Mountain Conifer Forest↠  Adirondack Mountain Club 

Sax-Zim Bog: Spruce-Tamarack forest ↠  Friends of Sax-Zim Bog

Boundary Waters Canoe Area: Bedrock conifer forest ↠  Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness 

Sleeping Bear Dunes: Great Lakes Pine Forest ↠  Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes 

Olympic National Park: Hoh Rain Forest ↠  Washington's National Park Fund

Sweden: Spruce-Pine Taiga Forest  ↠  National Parks Conservation Association

Acadia National Park: Maritime Conifer Forest ↠ Friends of Acadia

Christmas Tree Lot: Eastern Firs  ↠  National Parks Conservation Association

Denali National Park: Interior Alaska Spruce Forest ↠ Denali Education Center

Stay Connected to the Forest

★ Reviews

Here is what people are saying...

133 reviews
Brings the Outdoors In

I am so glad you like the BWCA forest scent Susan! Thank you for sharing your experience! - Forester John ↟

Hi Colette. Thank you for taking the time to share this wonderful review! It continues to amaze me the variation of smells that these blends embody. I am glad you are enjoying them :) - Forester John ↟
Smells like a forest
Thanks Victor! It is hard to go wrong. The Olympic National Park blend is unique in that it contains Western hemlock trees which has a distinct citrusy smell. - Forester John ↟
Jus the buy it already
Hi Dwight! I am glad these forest scents are keeping you connected. Thanks for the review! - Forester John ↟
In my mind...
My pleasure Michelle! Thank you for the review! - Forester John ↟