Totally Bamboo Tree of Life - Cutting & Serving Board
What a beautiful gift for yourself or others! Each of these unique boards is a one-of –a kind crafted kitchen accessory. It is laser etched on one side for elegant serving, and smooth on the opposite side for cutting. It offers function, versatility and design – and goes from kitchen to table. If you look closely at this solid bamboo board, you can actually see over 800 laser-etched images of exotic and endangered animals.
The Tree of Life board is a product of Totally Bamboo. A percentage of each sale is donated to the National Forest Foundation; a U.S. based non-profit organization that has planted 4 million trees since its inception in 2008. For each dollar donated one tree is planted!
The commitment from Totally Bamboo is focused on reducing widespread practice of clear-cutting precious hardwood forests by giving consumers a sustainable alternative choice.
Bamboo is the alternative for all things wood. It is one of the world’s fastest growing plants. It is actually a species of grass that can produce more oxygen than hardwood forests of comparable size, and helps prevent soil erosion. It is growing in popularity due to its sustainable, renewable nature and beauty, and has become a cost effective and ecologically responsible choice for use in kitchen accessories, furniture and flooring.
The Unique Tree of Life Board:
- It functions as a cutting and serving board with beautiful and permanent laser-etched art. It features over 800 images of exotic and endangered animals which make up the tree ring design
- Easy on knife blades, bamboo is a natural alternative to wood, it is substantially stronger than hard woods and easier on the environment;
- It is 15 1/2" diameter by 1 1/2" thick and created from Moso, a type of bamboo known for its strength, density and high quality
- Easy to maintain; hand wash with warm water and occasionally use Totally Bamboo's Revitalizing Oil or a similar oil to extend life and beauty
More about Bamboo
Bamboo is actually a grass that grows to a harvestable height between 3 - 5 years. Some species grow up to 2 feet per day. After harvesting, bamboo does not require replanting, it has an extensive root system that continually sends up new shoots, naturally replenishing itself, making it one of the most renewable resources known. Bamboo is 16% harder than maple wood, 1/3 lighter in weight than oak, yet in some instances as strong as steel.
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