WE WANT TO RAISE UP THE NEXT GENERATION OF ARTISTS.
Image Courtesy Bethany Sams
Image Courtesy Bethany Sams
The distant rumble of rising tides crashing against the uneven shoreline.
The crackled crunch of dry leaves curled on the path carved ahead.
The vast valleys of prairie grass swaying softly when the wind whispers.
The soundtrack of nature surrounds us when we’re blissfully lost in its depths.
A siren call to travelers and explorers alike, our wilderness offers more than majestic backdrops for our photography.
For those of us who call this vast terrain our home, it’s become our greatest energy source.
Together, we can protect our wildlife and preserve our wilderness.
We deeply care about the footprint we leave behind.
We want to raise up the next generation of artists.
Since its beginnings in the Pacific Northwest, the Tribe community has spread throughout the world. We recognize that growth comes with responsibility, and we believe ours is to give back a portion of our revenue to various non-profits that are near to our hearts. Through your generosity, Tribe supports a number of non-profits that are dedicated to preserving the PNW and beyond. No matter where our path may lead us, we’re there to protect the brotherhood of trees above us, the rocky shorelines before us, the alluvial soil beneath us, and the creatures that inhabit them. Through our partnership with One Tree Planted, every time you purchase a preset, a tree is planted via donation! Together, we have planted THOUSANDS of trees in the hopes of guaranteeing forests for our future. We also invest in future generations and help young artists cultivate their voice by funding art programs around the globe. By investing in the growth of our future generations, we can have a lasting impact that stretches beyond our lifetime.
Image Courtesy Lucy Steiner
Youth in Focus is a nonprofit organization with a mission of empowering urban youth, through photography, to experience their world in new ways and to make positive choices for their lives.
Youth in Focus puts cameras in the hands of youth and places them in a challenging environment surrounded by high quality talented teachers, nurturing adult mentors, and creates a strong community of support. Through photography, students can find their voice, identity, creativity, and gain new confidence in their inherent worth and abilities.
In 24 years, Youth in Focus has helped over 4,000 youth go through their youth development photography program, which offers two core classes in Digital Photography and Black and White Darkroom Photography.
We’re proud to donate a portion of our revenue to Youth in Focus. To learn more about this nonprofit organization, please visit youthinfocus.org.
Image Courtesy Liam Rimmington
Pacific Wild is a non-profit located in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, committed to defending wildlife and their habitat on Canada’s Pacific coast. Through research, education and advocacy, Pacific Wild addresses conservation priorities in the ocean, on land, and safeguarding coastal communities. We're grateful to all artists and photographers who help raise awareness of these critical efforts and propel people to take action to protect the Great Bear Rainforest and beyond. If you would like to learn more about Pacific Wild or make a donation, please visit PacificWild.org
Great Bear Wild: Dispatches from a Northern Rainforest by Ian McAllister
Conservationist, photographer, and longtime Great Bear Rainforest resident Ian McAllister, takes us on a deeply personal journey from the headwaters of the region’s unexplored river valleys down to the hidden depths of the offshore world. Globally renowned for its astonishing biodiversity, the Great Bear Rainforest is also one of the most endangered landscapes on the planet, where First Nations people fight for their way of life as massive energy projects threaten entire ecosystems.
Image Courtesy Botond Wertán
The Ancient Forest Alliance (AFA) is a British Columbian organization working to protect the endangered old-growth forests of BC and to ensure sustainable forestry jobs in the province. It was registered as a BC non-profit society in February 2010 and is run by BC environmental activists Ken Wu, TJ Watt, Joan Varley, and Hannah Carpendale.
This documentary, by filmmaker Darryl Augustine (www.facebook.com/roadsidefilmsbc), features an overview of the history of the Ancient Forest Alliance, spectacular images of BC’s old-growth forests, and interviews by Ken Wu and TJ Watt (Ancient Forest Alliance), Valerie Langer (ForestEthics), Rosie Betsworth (Port Renfrew Chamber of Commerce), Jessica Hicks (Coastal Kitchen Café), Ken James (Youbou TimberLess Society), Arnold Bercov (Pulp, Paper, and Woodworkers of Canada), Robert Morales (Hul’qumi’num Treaty Group), and Scott Fraser (BC Member of the Legislative Assembly).
Image Courtesy Mark Boatright
The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society’s mission is to keep at least half of Canada's public land and water wild — forever. CPAWS is Canada’s only nation-wide charity dedicated to the protection of its public land and water. The organization exists to advocate and protect large, connected areas of Canada's wilderness.