Animal lovers everywhere can help preserve wildlife habitat whenever they purchase Wildlife Work's cute clothing or accessories. Next to its first factory in Kenya, the company created the 80,000-acre Rukinga Wildlife Sanctuary, which has opened up a migration corridor for elephants, zebras, cheetas, and other large mammals. They also support The Great Bear Rainforest Agreement initiative in British Columbia, and are working towards saving the endangered Red Panda in India.

All of WW's animal-inspired clothes are made from sustainable fabrics such as organic cotton and hemp. Purchase them on the company website or in high-end stores all over the U.S.

Story by Jacquelyn Lane. This article originally appeared in Plenty in August 2006. This story was added to in August 2009.

Copyright Environ Press 2006.

Save animals with clothing
Purchases of Wildlife Work's cute clothing or accessories helps fund wildlife sanctuary in Kenya.