What/Who is Daughter Earth?
We are all daughters of Mother Earth, young, old, male or female. We all need to protect and love our Mother Earth who supports and nurtures our very existence.
Do you ship internationally?
Yes! We are happy to ship international orders. We ship with United States Postal Service to keep the shipping prices as low as possible for our customers. Please note that some countries will charge import taxes and/or customs duties and fees which are the responsibility of the customer. We have no way of predicting these fees please contact your countries customs office for further information.
What is your return/exchange policy?
Unworn, unwashed products in their original condition may be returned or exchanged within two weeks of recieving your order. Customer is responsible for return shipping costs. Please contact email@example.com to begining return processing.
I bought something at full price and now it is on sale, can I get a refund?
Yes, you have ten days from the purchase date to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will refund the difference in cost.
If you are making shirts out of bamboo, isn't that taking the food from the pandas?
No. The species of bamboo used to produce the fiber for our shirts is a species that neither the Red Panda nor Giant Panda eats. Bamboo grows very quickly and bamboo products are sustainable. Also Bamboo does not require any pesticides, which are harmful for the environment, to grow. Red Pandas and Giant Pandas are suffering from habitat loss, habitat fragmentation and poaching, not lack of bamboo.
Look at that cute raccoon/fox shirt. (Okay so that is a statement not a question.)
It is not fox. It is not a raccoon. It's a Red Panda! They are adorable bamboo eating mammals from southern Asia. For more information on Red Pandas visit the Red Panda Network.
How does adopting an animal help to protect them?
With most organizations when you adopt an animal you are essentially just donating money to that organization in exchange for some pictures and stories about a specific animal. Depending on the organization that money can go towards habitat conservation, research, education or rehabilitated animals. To learn more specifically visit the website of the animal you are interested in adopting. For more information on adoptions affiliated with Daughter Earth visit our adoption page.
I love (fill in species here), what can I do to help them?
There are many great organizations out there working to protect our wildlife. Do some internet research and see what organizations are working to protect your favorite animal. Most organizations will have a "how to help" section. Usually the best ways to help are to educate yourself and pass that knowledge to others. You can also donate money, spread awareness or adopt animals. Sometimes, you can even volunteer to help save an animal (this usually does not involve hands on contact with animals). Here is a list of some of the great organizations we are working with.