Toland Home Garden has partnered with the National Audubon Society, offering a collection of John James Audubon artwork on our flags. Now in it's second century, Audubon connects people with birds, nature and the environment that supports us all. It's national network of community-based nature centers, chapters, scientific, education and advocacy programs engages millions of people from all walks of life in conservation action to protect and restore the natural world.
- RE= Recycled fabric.
- How does a water bottle become a flag?
- The Process looks like this: Recycled PET products, or #1 plastic bottles, are reprocessed into flakes, melted and spun into fibers. The fibers are spun into strands and then are woven into a fine synthetic polyester cloth. We take the cycle full circle by combining our great flag designs with this cloth. We're even making sure the rest of the packaging is made from recycled plastic and paper. We still use our unique sublimation process guaranteeing a flag with fabric durability, vivid color and retention of shape for years to come.