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


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Outstanding

Exceptionally strong and crisp. Easily the strongest and best essential oil I’ve ever used. Recommended 100%

Thanks BJ! - Forester John

Living in the ponderosa forest on the Colorado Plateau, this is a great reminder of the Adirondacks, the playground of my youth

Outstanding! Thanks Paul! - Forester John
BWCA Scent

Sent this to my buddy a year after we got back from the BWCA. Brought back great memories! Will definitely be ordering more scents!

Awesome! I am glad you like it Eric. Thanks for the review :) - Forester John
Back in time

Bliss. LOVE IT! It immediately took me back to being a child and visiting there when we lived in Michigan. Happy times. Beautiful sandy days. Thanks for making these forest blends that I’m SO partial to! There’s nothing else out there like them! 💚

You are more than welcome Heather! Thank YOU! - Forester John

Thanks. Very happy. Makes me want to head back to BWCAW now.

Thanks Steven! It makes me want to go back there also :) - Forester John