At HAG, we love the outdoors. Whether its hunting, snowmachining, ATV riding, Snowshoeing, Mushing, Fishing, horseback riding, chasing moose, running from buffalo, tagging sharks, or whatever else you love to do outside we all know we need to take care of those places we love to recreate at. We love to see an abundant and well managed fauna and flora, free from litter, and too much human encroachment when we are out in the wilds. At HAG we choose to do our part in conserving those animal and plant ecosystems with partnerships and by using recycled materials as much as possible
High's Adventure Gear has partnered with Westley Lab and the Estuarine Biogeochemistry Laboratory of Dr. Todd Osbrone at the University of Florida's Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience.
Westley Lab has spent many years working in Michigan’s Upper and Lower Penninsula studying various wetland habitats while working to restore/conserve these vastly unique ecosystems. Westley Lab is now part of Dr. Todd Osborne's Estuarine Biogeochemistry Laboratory where together they work on various restoration and conservation projects. Dr. Osborne is a wetland biogeochemist and therefore has a unique set of skills to tackle various projects. These labs are working to understand how water quality can directly impact system biogeochemistry and the species present. Their diverse wetland habitat was a perfect match for us as their work impacts watersheds and the unique outdoor systems we all love. Their wetland work tackles an array of problems that can affect the quality of fishing, water quality, and the environment we all live in! Stay tuned as they test our gear in these rugged environments.
It seems as if we see plastic bottles wherever we go; whether its on a boat miles from shore, or on a trail 100s of miles from the nearest town plastic bottles seem to follow us on adventures. That is why we have made the decision to use recycled materials that are made of plastic bottles whenever they are available and practical. Click the link below to see our products that are made with recycled materials. More are coming soon!