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An ongoing priority for Lands’ End is our commitment to the environment.

WE ARE CONSTANTLY STRIVING TO IMPROVE IN OUR EFFORTS TO BECOME EVEN MORE “LANDS’ FRIENDLY” THROUGH ENDEAVORS INCLUDING:

Since 2013, Lands’ End has been working with the National Forest Foundation to plant trees across the US in an effort to help stabilize watersheds on National Forests, repopulate west coast forests destroyed by fires and help sequester the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide.

This year marks a very significant milestone not only for Lands’ End and the NFF, but for everyone in America who recognizes the importance of bettering our planet.

By the end of 2015 we can proudly say that we will have officially planted our 1 millionth tree.

Over 250 Lands’ End employees showed their commitment to sustainability by braving a downpour during the “Take a Stake in Our Waters” event held Thursday, June 11, 2015.

Our employees partnered with the Clean Lakes Alliance of Dane County for the event. Teams worked together to remove 47 dump truck loads of invasive species along the lake shoreline. This helps decrease soil erosion and improves overall shoreline health for the lakes, streams, wetlands – and the public!

Another plus: all Lands' End summer interns got a chance to see firsthand the #IAmLandsFriendly movement in action.


Lands’ End Sustainability By the Numbers

7

Number of buildings at our headquarters that are EPA Energy Star Rated.

30

Number of Lands’ End employees on our sustainability committee.

60

Percent of recycled fibers used in all of our outgoing shipping boxes.

90

Percent of waste from our CAMPUS that is either recycled, reused, or composted.

1,000,000

Number of trees we will have planted by year’s end partnering with the NFF.

9,370,846

kilowatt-hours reduced ON our CAMPUS since 2005 (enough to power 1,111 homes a year).