Salvage was created in 2014 to gain awareness of environmental change across the world. The outdoor community and Salvage are dedicated to save our world's endangered environments. Anytime you purchase apparel from Salvage, a portion of the cost will be donated to any environmental charity of your choice. Together we can help Restore the Endangered.
Apr. 12 2018: Recent research has linked the Arctic amplification to the extreme weather occurrences in the mid-latitude region. Three distinct pathways have been exposed, changes in storm tracks, the jet stream, and planetary waves and their associated energy propagation. These pathways have two different phases the North Atlantic Oscillation/Arctic Oscillation can enter, a positive and negative phase. During the positive phase winters are usually mild in northern Eurasia and eastern United States, resulting from storm tracks shifting poleward. When storm tracks shift toward the equator, winters are typically more severe in northern Eurasia and eastern United States, the North Atlantic Oscillation/Arctic Oscillation are in a negative phase. Recently temperature trends through the Northern hemisphere have shown that the North Atlantic Oscillation/Arctic Oscillation have been in negative phases over the past two-decades.
Feb. 15 2017: Gender inequality has been an ongoing battle not only in this country but across the world. Not only do women receive lower income than men in the same position, women also face a more difficult path when seeking sponsorships for activities they love. This is not only unfair but also discouraging people from life long dreams of exploring and experiencing life as it should be lived. It’s time to undeniably bridge that gap forever and live together in equality. Salvage is now offering sponsorships for women who want to explore nature like we were all meant to. Shirts and other merchandise will be made and a portion of the cost will be donated to support the sponsored person.
Feb. 1 2017: Congress votes soon on a rule that will allow mining in park waterways. This could devastate ecosystems that have been there for 100’s of years. Also, drilling in the Arctic is now back on the decision table. This would expand oil drilling into protected areas and increase the chances of oil spills and increase wild life endangerment. Stand up for our environment and our wildlife, the links below will help your voice be heard.
Sept. 18 2015: California broke heat records this year and is having one of the worst droughts ever recorded. This fueled one of the worst wild fire years in history, and it’s still not over. Over 700,000 acres of land have been burned and a good portion of that are rural areas. These blazing fires have been destroying homes and farms within minutes and with very little warning. This has left people running from their homes with out time to collect valuable keepsakes. Love Lake County is an organization pitching in to help give relief to this area. Salvage is donating money to Love Lake County and is asking for your help as well. For every T-Shirt Salvage sells, we will use a portion of the cost of the T-Shirt and donate it to Love Lake County. Also, for every extra dollar donated, Salvage will match it. Let’s help restore what these people lost.
Sept. 15 2015: Salvage is proud to announce that our apparel can now be purchased online through the link in the Apparel section. When you purchase apparel from the website, make sure to let us know what Environmental charity you will want to donate to in the notes section during checkout. Let’s make a difference and Restore the Endangered.
Jun. 6 2015: We have all heard about Global Warming and how it is constantly changing the beautiful Planet we live on. What we don't hear enough about is how we can help change this. Raising awareness about these issues and giving people choices about how to help is the first step in the right direction. New charities are being created everyday to help communities come together, and put a stop to this Global crisis. Want to help and make a difference? Check out our Events section to find out how.