EPISODE 40 -
Today I sit down with Travis and Laura from Wood Pallet Treasures - a great interview with a family that is focused on building their business with the environment in mind!
Turning Ordinary Into Extraordinary - We transform old pallets into beautiful things. All of our rustic pieces are made from upcycled materials.
Giving wood a second chance
We are a Midwest based company that designs and produces various handmade products from recycled materials.
Caring for our environment
With our environmental consciousness, a strong focus on recycling and up-cycling, Wood Pallet Treasures embraces sustainable design.
We have a love for people and our community. Through Wood Pallet Treasures we strive to make a difference within the life of both.
We also talk about their sister business created by Laura and Michelle Wille - Project Wild Rooted
This seems clear enough: When truly present in nature, we do use all our senses at the same time, which is the optimum state of learning.- Richard Louv author of Last Child in the Woods
We want our community to experience the remarkable world around us. We offer experiential learning, nature exploration and skill building opportunities, and we foster new connections through creative activities. Our mission at Project Wild Rooted is to create rich experiences, spark life-long learners and create tomorrow's innovators who have a deep appreciation for the natural world around them.
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