Ever since I was a little girl, I loved animals. I grew up on a farm with 18 dogs, 3 chickens, 2 horses, a prairie dog, and iguana, a few bunny rabbits, and the wilderness as my backyard. After a few pulled lizard tails, my mother taught me to respect animals. I moved away from my family and attended USC where I received a degree in English. At 25 I decided to be an educator. It was when An Inconvenient Truth came out I became passionate about the environment.
When I taught in the Inner-City, I organized almost every Earth Day and one year I organized the planting of 50 trees that still flourish today. I make it a point to educate my students about what is happening to animals and their environment and teach students to be more conscientious when they are making choices in everyday life. The school that I teach at is a green school.
I am an artist and I know with my art I can influence people. This project is something I am very passionate about and I hope with your help we can save the animals so that future generations can coexist peacefully with them.
Conscientious Clothing is a socially and environmentally conscious brand hoping to inspire people to do the right thing. Handmade in the USA are the cornerstones of our apparel. Bringing awareness to school and global issues is our destiny. Helping causes close to our hearts is our mission and saving animals is our ultimate goal. We offer recycled and eco-friendly products such as t-shirts, sweatshirts, onesies, eco-friendly kits, hats, posters, stickers, etc. Our customers are people who want to make a difference. We sell locally made and sourced eco-friendly products in the greater Los Angeles Area and online.
Conscientious Clothing is committed to sustainability. We only source made in the USA. We only use waterbed inks and use printers that are eco-friendly. Our apparel is made to help animals. Our primary design is composed of 26 endangered species that are roaming the Earth. We donated to non-profit organizations who make it a priority to save and help animals.