The Environment

514408072514408072Hands holding new growth plant. Mature man in the garden. We are committed to be a company that puts the environment first. Our path, at the very minimum will offset our carbon footprint. Our ultimate goal is to accomplish a negative carbon footprint.

 

Bob McGrath Photography is proud to be guided by the following green initiative principles:

  • We will conduct all of our business with our clients online.
  • We will provide digital downloads to our clients whenever possible.
  • Clients ordering photographic prints will receive them directly from our processing facility eliminating duplicate shipping.
  • We will introduce our clients to frame options available from our collegiate licensed partner "Treehugger Frames".

 ​** In the name of our your yearbook, we will sponsor the planting of one tree for each senior we photograph through the 501 c 3 non profit foundation "Plant-It 2020".​ Once our portrait sessions conclude your team decides on where trees are planted:

California: Your indigenous tree will be planted in a public forest with the priority towards no-logging locations and long-term survival. If that is within an area damaged by fire or drought, it may help replenish such an area.  

Colorado: Your indigenous tree will be planted in a public forest with the priority towards no-logging locations and replacing trees killed by beetles. 

Florida: Your indigenous tree will be planted Your indigenous tree will be planted in a public forest with the priority towards no-logging locations as well as locations damaged by fire and flood. 

Georgia: Your indigenous tree will be planted in a public forest with the priority towards no-logging locations along with locations damaged by fire. 

New York: Your indigenous tree will be planted in a public forest with the priority towards no-logging locations along with locations damaged by fire. 

Ohio: Your indigenous tree will be planted in a public forest with the priority towards no-logging locations along with locations damaged by fire.

Oregon: Your indigenous tree will be planted in a public forest with the priority towards no-logging locations.

Tennessee: Your indigenous tree will be planted in a public forest with the priority towards no-logging locations along with locations damaged by fire.

Vermont: Your indigenous tree will be planted in a public forest with the priority towards no-logging locations.

Washington: Your indigenous tree will be planted in a public forest with the priority towards no-logging locations.

Wisconsin: Your indigenous tree will be planted in a public forest with the priority towards no-logging locations followed by locations damaged by fire.