RESPECT THE BUTTERFLIES

Our industry is ruining life for these poetic creatures. The methods used to produce materials as cheap as possible, show very little respect for animal welfare and biodiversity.

That’s why we launched our 100% traceable collection, made with hides from SPOOR. We know all farmers and know they follow the highest animal welfare standards.

With farmer Michael Kjerkegaard and Vejle Kommune, we help bring local farmlands back to their natural state, improving biodiversity.

RESPECT THE BUTTERFLIES

Our industry is ruining life for these poetic creatures. The methods used to produce materials as cheap as possible, show very little respect for animal welfare and biodiversity.

That’s why we launched our 100% traceable collection, made with hides from SPOOR. We know all farmers and know they follow the highest animal welfare standards.

With farmer Michael Kjerkegaard and Vejle Kommune, we help bring local farmlands back to their natural state, improving biodiversity.

RESPECT THE BUTTERFLIES

Our industry is ruining life for these poetic creatures. The methods used to produce materials as cheap as possible, show very little respect for animal welfare and biodiversity.

That’s why we launched our 100% traceable collection, made with hides from SPOOR. We know all farmers and know they follow the highest animal welfare standards.

With farmer Michael Kjerkegaard and Vejle Kommune, we help bring local farmlands back to their natural state, improving biodiversity.

NO MORE PLOWING

Truth is, traditional farming for cultures leaves the soil damaged - especially plowing. This essential process kills biodiversity and leaves no chance for nature to restore itself. And it has been going on for hundreds of years.

Our goal is to take those lands back from farming and give it to nature. For that purpose, we have partnered with Vejle Kommune and selected land with high biodiversity potential, which we can restore together with a local farmer called Michael Kjerkegaard.

Watch the video above!

THE CIRCLE OF LIFE

We follow the internationally recognised Savory Method, named after Allan Savory. His system of planning animal grazing around a circle has proven dramatic effect on the biodiversity of the land, even beyond its fences.

On our parcels, Michael’s cows are politely directed to a portion of the land, and moved clockwise every few days. That gives the land a chance to restore and develop. Instead of interrupting the soil cycle, cows are supporting (and fertilizing!) it. Grass grows taller, improving the area’s CO2 levels, and flowers and animals slowly return to the land.

THE FINAL IMPACT

By supporting Michael and Vejle Kommune in this project, we work on:

  • Increasing biodiversity
  • More fertile soil, even beyond the area
  • Beautiful and rich wildlife

NO MORE PLOWING

Truth is, traditional farming for cultures leaves the soil damaged - especially plowing. This essential process kills biodiversity and leaves no chance for nature to restore itself. And it has been going on for hundreds of years.

Our goal is to take those lands back from farming and give it to nature. For that purpose, we have partnered with Vejle Kommune and selected land with high biodiversity potential, which we can restore together with a local farmer called Michael Kjerkegaard.

Watch the video above!

THE CIRCLE OF LIFE

We follow the internationally recognised Savory Method, named after Allan Savory. His system of planning animal grazing around a circle has proven dramatic effect on the biodiversity of the land, even beyond its fences.

On our parcels, Michael’s cows are politely directed to a portion of the land, and moved clockwise every few days. That gives the land a chance to restore and develop. Instead of interrupting the soil cycle, cows are supporting (and fertilizing!) it. Grass grows taller, improving the area’s CO2 levels, and flowers and animals slowly return to the land.

NO MORE PLOWING

Truth is, traditional farming for cultures leaves the soil damaged - especially plowing. This essential process kills biodiversity and leaves no chance for nature to restore itself. And it has been going on for hundreds of years.

Our goal is to take those lands back from farming and give it to nature. For that purpose, we have partnered with Vejle Kommune and selected land with high biodiversity potential, which we can restore together with a local farmer called Michael Kjerkegaard.

Watch the official video:

THE CIRCLE OF LIFE

We follow the internationally recognised Savory Method, named after Allan Savory. His system of planning animal grazing around a circle has proven dramatic effect on the biodiversity of the land, even beyond its fences.

On our parcels, Michael’s cows are politely directed to a portion of the land, and moved clockwise every few days. That gives the land a chance to restore and develop. Instead of interrupting the soil cycle, cows are supporting (and fertilizing!) it. Grass grows taller, improving the area’s CO2 levels, and flowers and animals slowly return to the land.

By supporting Michael and Vejle Kommune in this project, we work on:

  • Increasing biodiversity
  • More fertile soil, even beyond the area
  • Beautiful and rich wildlife

THE FINAL IMPACT

THE FINAL IMPACT

By supporting Michael and Vejle Kommune in this project, we work on:

  • Increasing biodiversity
  • More fertile soil, even beyond the area
  • Beautiful and rich wildlife