Dedicated to making the entire line completely carbon-neutral, barley & birch not only offsets any emissions, but also works with local solar-powered manufacturers and suppliers, uses only organic cotton and water-based inks, and is largely paper-free!
T-shirts, both long and short-sleeved, onepieces and tanks are all part of the line and the prints are just wonderful. Slightly embellishing the world around us, the unique prints range from a barn or three wooden boards to bulbs of garlic, an elk with leaves on his antlers, a snorkeling hippo or purple poppies. One of my favorites, I would have to say, is the collection of 9 goldfish in their bowls arranged on the front a shirt. Super cute!
Made in the United States, barley & birch provides a fabulous funky line of children’s tops for the environmentally conscious tot (or their parents!). In addition to careful manufacturing and sourcing, barley and birch also donates 15% of their profits to charities the world over helping those in need. Two thumbs up for barley and birch! – Belinda, Staff Writer
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