The Wilderness Committee is committed to saving trees, and has been practicing environmental stewardship for over 30 years. All of our products are unique, sustainably sourced and produced without the use of child labour. All publications are on Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper, printed with vegetable-based inks by Canada's most environmentally friendly printing house.
When you buy our products, memberships or make a donation to the Wilderness Commiteee, you are investing in a brighter future for some of the most spectacular wild places and species on this planet.
1,900 species are currently threatened or endangered in British Columbia, including the western painted turtle, phantom orchid and red-legged frog. Species are in trouble primarily because of habitat loss and degradation.
We have selected these six greeting cards around this theme, saving you the time it takes to pick out individual cards.Alpine meadows in Selkirk Mountain Range (6365), Monarch butterfly (6513), Bunchberry and mushroom (6483), American goldfinch (6
This certificate features a unique photo of an old-growth tree in one of the ancient forests we are campaigning to save. Along with the certificate we include a complimentary greeting card and information on the area under threat.