Here at Eco Chic Cayman, we believe in great working relationships. We love to support and collaborate with likeminded people and organizations. Our friends have values that align with ours: sustainability, supporting local, and conservation.
The National Trust for the Cayman Islands
Protecting Our Paradise
The National Trust has been “Protecting the future of Cayman’s heritage” since its inception in 1987.
“The Trust is a not-for-profit NGO created to preserve the history and biodiversity of the Cayman Islands. Through education and conservation we work to protect environmentally sensitive and historically significant sites across all three Cayman Islands.”- National Trust
To learn more about the National Trust for the Cayman Islands visit their website, click here.
It is such a privilege to be asked to write guest blog posts for their official blog Cayman Heritage
Cayman Eco Divers is an environmentally responsible dive company. They provide safe diving adventures exploring the spectacular coral reefs and historic shipwreck sites found in the Cayman Islands. Snorkelers are welcome to join in on the fun too! The heart of Cayman Eco Divers is to share with locals and tourists alike the beauty of the ocean and life that resides there with an eco-conscious mindset and absolute respect for the ocean. Cayman Eco Divers is committed to both the conservation and preservation of coral reefs, marine life and the environment.
“SAGE LAROCK offers a modern image of luxury – clothing that is naturally beautiful both inside and out. We create our clothing entirely from sustainable, recycled or organic materials and produce ethically and locally, using non-toxic and plant based dyes. We create beautiful, limited edition pieces that transition with ease from day to night and can be worn season after season.” -Sage Larock
‘Plastic Free Cayman’, in collaboration with ‘Red Sail Sports Grand Cayman’, have started a community beach cleanup initiative in the Cayman Islands. During the first weekend of every month, a different location is selected for a community cleanup. In February (2018) alone, volunteers collected a whopping 2,500lbs of trash, making a total of 6583lbs over the last 6 months. Plastic Free Cayman is a community organization, with plans to be a Non for Profit, which encourages individuals and businesses to go plastic-free through awareness, education and action. In addition to beach cleanups, ‘Plastic Free Cayman’ has an ongoing campaign encouraging the community to refuse single-use plastics.
Cheers to Kombucha!
Saucha – (n) \sow tcha\
Consciousness about everything you put into your body, mind, heart and environment.
Saucha- Conscious Living provides the Cayman Islands with one of the most delicious drinks on the market, Kombucha! A handcrafted, all natural, and loaded with health benefits drink, with an array of flavors to choose from. Each one is made with love, and organic ingredients straight from the local farmers market. Kombucha is only available at selected retail locations. It gets better! Saucha also creates to die for vegan tasty treats, OMG Cookie Dough Bites- trust me they are heavenly! It is wonderful to see that the community is embracing vegan food, and supporting local farmers and businesses. Read more from their feature on Eco Chic Cayman by clicking here
Contact: (Tel) 926-0508 Email: email@example.com
Powder Monkey Cayman
Powder Monkey is a Caymanian born, Barbadian inspired business that specialises in homemade, flavored, gourmet marshmallows.
Check out their feature here
Got Eggs?? Local. Organic. Sustainable.
Support Local Farmers.
Brothers, Shanan and Pasmore Harrison have a Cayman Egg Farm which is not-for-profit. Any proceeds from egg purchases goes directly into feeding and maintaining the chickens as well as supporting Shanan’s ministry which teaches youth and adults how to cook. Together, their hard work is a labor of love. The chickens are specifically, layer fowls which means that they do not rely on a rooster to produce eggs. The animals are cared for with love, and respect. All farmed eggs are organic, thus they are hormone and antibiotic free! Check out their feature on Eco Chic Cayman
Contact: (Tel) 326-9761 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: Coming Soon
“My love for baking comes with my love and appreciation for simple ingredients. I believe that food should be gorgeous to look at and rich in flavour; balancing salty and sweet so the two work in harmony…I started off as a science major, pursuing a degree in structural engineering -but my passion for baking lead me down the path to make it a lifelong career; one I could make my own…from SCRATCH.” Brittany Seymour
To make a custom order for your next batch of doughnuts, macaroons, cupcakes or a cake for any celebration contact Brittanni.
Two of the coolest artists I know, Kevin Mounsor and Marc Laurenson design epic artwork. Their artwork is mainly inspired by Pop Art. They have an incredible selection of canvas artwork, hats, sunglasses and graphic design t-shirts all made locally.
I am proud to say that I teamed up with Stoak’d Cayman and they have done an incredible job printing my Eco Chic Cayman “Wanderlust Collection” Click here to learn more
Website: Stoak’d Cayman
Bee Line Designs
Exquisite handcrafted designs made by Caymanian Artist, Gale Tibbetts, founder of Bee Line Designs by 24k-Mon Jewelers & Art Gallery. Her collection is inspired by her love for the ocean and the island’s natural beauty. Bee Line Designs is composed of handcrafted jewelry and unique crafts. Gale has been creating handmade jewelry for the past 35 years. Her signature style for Bee Line Designs, is her use of Swarovski crystals, semi-precious gem stones, pearls and a selection of metals. Her collection is hand forged by Gale creating one-of-a-kind pieces.
Follow Gale on Instagram click here
Tea Time in Cayman is a supplier of premium loose leaf tea, teaware and tea-themed gift baskets. With a total of 37 varieties of our loose leaf tea. Kadi Pentney and Kelli Dawson are the lovely ladies behind the ever charming Tea Time In Cayman.
Visit their website: Tea Time In Cayman
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