Bees organic cotton hemp kitchen tea towels. When there's too many stray crumbs or you're in search for last-minute dining room décor, these kitchen towels come in handy to wipe up any spills, dry dishes, or add a touch of spunk to your table. Set of two of like design. Classic, versatile size: 17 x 26 inches. Vibrant, never fade prints on the front. White back with hanging loop.
Since 1997, The Kasiisi Project has supported the conservation of Uganda’s Kibale National Park by supporting communities dedicated to protecting and stewarding their lands, waters and wildlife. With nearly half of Uganda’s population under age 15, young people have a significant role to play in preserving the country's natural resources, both now and in the future. Our program primarily targets the 8,000 children attending 16 forest-edge primary schools. By fostering a connection between education and conservation, we are informing and inspiring a new generation of Ugandan conservationists. Learn more about The Kasiisi Project at: https://www.kasiisiproject.org/
Thank you so much for shopping in behalf of The Kasiisi Project! 50% of your purchases helps us support and educate communities to protects Kibale's wildlife and habitats. Please remember to indicate 'The Kasiisi Project' as the beneficiary of your donation at check-out.
"Sadly, one in four species of bees is at risk of extinction. Back in 2006, beekeepers discovered that honey bees in their hives were disappearing. Scientists call it “Colony Collapse Disorder” and it happens when the most of the hive’s workers suddenly vanish. Without worker bees, the hives eventually die. But it’s not just honey bees that are in trouble. Worldwide wild bees have been dying at an alarming rate. There are several possible reasons for these declines, including pesticides, habitat loss, parasites, diseases and climate change. The good news is there is a lot we can all do to help bees thrive!" [The Kasiisi Project]