Partnering with Tropic Skincare

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Our partnership with Tropic Skincare

In 2021, Tropic Skincare became the first member of the Future Forest Collective, a partnership initiative for like-minded businesses, committed to protecting our natural environment to help people, wildlife and nature thrive.

Tropic believe in being a force for good beyond beauty in everything they do and our partnership is helping them act on their 'Infinite Purpose' to create a healthier, greener, more empowered world.

In 2019, 20 hectares (20,000 m2) of Ash Dieback affected mature Ash trees had to be felled at Queen Elizabeth Country Park, the support of Tropic Skincare will replace 7,000 trees with a mixture of native species including Oak, Beech and Hornbeam. The species have been carefully selected to support the biodiversity of the site and to be resilient to pests, diseases, and a warming climate.

Tropic’s support will also fund the addition of a nest-cam in the New Forest, allowing ecologists to monitor and measure the development of a community of Goshawks. A conservation success story.

Connor Bolton, Brand and Social Responsibility Manager said

Thank you so much to the Forestry England team for such an incredible day! The entire team was wowed over by your knowledge and expertise. We had so much fun getting stuck in and planting our own trees. We know the forest is in the safest of hands, we can’t wait to come back in the years to come.

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