Dig It

What happens when citizens, musicians, organizations, corporations and governments come together as one to solve environmental problems?  Dig It, a Timberland documentary, tells the story:

Revolving around tree planting actions and beautification efforts in New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco, Dig It focuses on the economic, health and safety impacts of tree planting (and the impacts of NOT having trees) and features passionate perspective on the issue of climate change from such diverse advocates as musician Stone Gossard, climate documentarian James Balog and Timberland’s own Jeff Swartz.  Dig It is directed by acclaimed photographer and film maker Danny Clinch.

We’ll be featuring parts of the Dig it documentary here on the Bootmakers Blog in weeks to come; to view the film in its entirety and to learn more about Timberland’s tree planting commitment and projects, click here.

  • http://blog.timberland.com/corporate-social-responsibility/dig-it-part-1/ Dig It, Part 1

    [...] 1 of our Dig It documentary highlights the social and health impacts of living in a community that’s void of trees [...]

  • http://blog.timberland.com/corporate-social-responsibility/trees-build-communities/ Trees Build Communities

    [...] green borders of a community garden in Spanish Harlem, New York, the following excerpt from our Dig It documentary examines the critical social and cultural benefits trees provide — positively impacting [...]

  • http://blog.timberland.com/corporate-social-responsibility/converging-odd-looking-tribes-for-sustainable-change/ Converging ‘Odd Looking Tribes’ for Sustainable Change

    [...] latest installment from our Dig It documentary focuses on the notion of convergence and the powerful positive impact that can be achieved by [...]

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