With your help, NAP, Inc (owners of Sleepy wrap) will plant a tree for every new Facebook Fan and Twitter Follower during Earth Week! Starting at 9am MST on April 19th and ending at 4pm MST on April 23rd, they will plant one tree for every new follower on our Facebook and Twitter pages. With a few small clicks of your mouse, you have the opportunity to help reforestation efforts! Blog it! Tweet It! Tell your Friends!
Here’s how it works…
Become a fan at any (or all) of the links below. We will tally the number of new followers at the end of the week. Once we total everything, we will partner up with PlantABillion.org to get the tree planting started!
Thanks to everyone for participating!! We look forward to sharing this great experience with all of you!
NAP is proud to take steps to become more eco-friendly. Here are a few of the ways that they have helped our planet:
~The introduction of their new Organic Boba Carrier made locally in Boulder, Colorado with both GOTS and OE100 certified organic cotton
~The introduction of their Organic Sleepy Wrap made with Organic Exchange 100 certified organic cotton
~NAP, Inc. Management team's commitment to using bicycles for at least 50% of their local transportation needs. They are lucky to live in Boulder which boasts nearly 100 miles of linked bike paths within city limits.
~All packaging supplies are now being recycled or donated for re-use
~NAP, Inc. invested into a new green server in April '09 with Rackspace. It offers carbon neutral hosting and energy conservation. Data center emissions and power consumption can have a significant environmental impact so they opted for a carbon neutral low-voltage server and a processor with an energy efficient drive and memory. Although their website hosting costs increased almost 3-fold it is worth it for them to know that they are running a carbon-neutral website.
About Plant a Billion and the Nature Conservancy: Forests support 1 billion people on Earth – their livelihoods, their water supplies, their energy and their cultures. The Atlantic Forest – the focus of the Plant a Billion Trees campaign – alone provides water and hydro energy for over 120 million people. The Nature Conservancy protects Earth's most important natural places — for you and future generations. Find out more at http://www.plantabillion.o