This week I discovered TreeRing; who create yearbooks for the internet generation . Having a love of trees my curiosity was piqued, and I’ve been taking a look at their great site.
Have you ever asked yourself what, exactly it is, you and the environment are paying for with your child’s yearbook? How many photos of your child appeared in this year’s yearbook? How many yearbooks get trashed because they are unwanted?
What I love about this idea is the environmental benefits. All book purchases are made online by parents. This means you only pay for what you need and, more importantly, there are no unwanted printed yearbooks left to dispose of. This not only saves trees, but saves schools money, who traditionally have had to commit to a fixed number of books to purchase every year. READ MORE