The Sapling & Flint signature series "KARHÁ:KON -In the Woods" is an insightful reflection on the beauty of the carolinian eastern woodlands home of the Haudenosaunee people. These forests extend across southern Ontario & Quebec, and down to the Carolinas. Visit the KARHÁ:KON collection regularly as we introduce new pieces that celebrate our forest home. 70% of Canada's endangered and at-risk species call the carolinian forest home. With the small remnants of pristine woodlands including Six Nations of the Grand River, Walpole Island First Nation, and Algonquin Provincial Park; it is largely Indigenous communities that are safeguarding the future of much of Canada's sensitive biodiversity. Allow these pieces to be a reminder that it takes us all working together to keep Turtle Island beautiful.