composting

anna and avani

It’s easy to throw up our hands in the face of plastic-filled gyres and contaminated fish, but we’re not the types to be intimidated. Our current plastics situation is in many ways the by-product of “convenience” products that have only been in our lives for a generation. Learn more about the cult of disposable plastics, and how you’re already doing your part to fix it.

Gyres

Today, gDiapers is taking a step with our customers towards a future free of plastic pollution. With every purchase of our clean water tee or great white shark gPants, gDiapers will sponsor a foot of beach clean-up executed by 5 Gyres, an organization committed to eliminating plastic pollution from our oceans. gDiapers families have already taken steps to reduce one of the most impactful everyday plastic products—conventional disposable diapers. Now we’re inviting you into deeper water to learn more about plastic pollution and join the work to steer the future in a different direction.

And now we wait.
by Kelli Martinelli

Carrie and Cooper, our friends at high elevation, are heading in to the home-stretch. Baby #2 is coming very soon. And with cooling temperatures and the onset of snow, this Leadville family has headed indoors to prepare for baby’s arrival. Nesting is underway.

“The Leadville summer ended with a couple of good snow storms and chilly temperatures, meaning much of the garden crop was pulled by Hattie (with some

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Carrie tends to the abundance of home-grown greens, future baby food for baby-on-the-way.
by Kelli Martinelli

Leadville, Colorado has an alpine subarctic climate with cold winters, mild summers and minimal rainfall. It’s where educators Carrie, Cooper and their daughter, Hattie call home. Carrie, Cooper and Hattie will be welcoming a new addition to their family later this fall. They’re prepping their home and nurturing their gardens with home-grown compost that includes Hattie’s wet-only disposable inserts. They’ve kindly welcomed us in for a peek of their day-to-day in

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composting gDiapers

Meet Carrie, Cooper and Hattie. See how they’re taking wet-only disposable inserts and turning them into valuable compost that they use to grow veggies, fruit and flowers.

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