Philippine Forest Landscapes Tote Bags


  • 4 different designs (Sierra Madre, Mindanao, Palawan, Samar & Leyte)
  • 14″ (w) by 16″ (h) with a 4″ wide bottom base
  • 23″ long and 1″ wide shoulder straps
  • sublimation-printed on off-white canvas
  • made in the Philippines

Take stories about our country's forests with you anywhere with these Philippine Forest Landscapes Tote Bags. The illustrated maps show the interconnected networks formed by the landscapes in Sierra Madre, Palawan, Mindanao, and Samar & Leyte with their respective protected areas, biodiversity, ecotourism sites, industries, agricultural products, and indigenous & resident communities.

Aside from their picturesque beauty, forest landscapes are crucial for those that live in and around them — providing food, livelihoods, cultural identity, and a shield against the harsh impacts of climate change. And just as they offer protection, they too require our care and nurturing.

We hope that using these bags can build a deeper appreciation for the symbiosis between these environments and the people who rely on them, spreading understanding, awareness, and encouraging responsible stewardship for our forests. Every purchase also allows you to contribute directly to ongoing initiatives dedicated to protecting the landscapes:

A percentage of proceeds from the sales of these bags will be donated to the following groups:
- Kadikitan Association for Community Development (KAFCD) in Sierra Madre
- Nagkahiusang Manubung Manununod sa Yutang Kabilin (NAMAMAYUK) in Pangantucan, Mt. Kalatungan, Bukidnon
- Ancestral Domain Management Council of Simpokan, Bagong Bayan, Napsan in Palawan
- Kahupian Upland Farmers Association (KUFA) in Leyte

The Philippine Forest Landscape Tote Bags are part of the #DrawForestLandscapesPh initiative, a collaborative effort with Forest Foundation Philippines to promote the importance of protecting and conserving the Philippines' forest landscapes. A portion of the remaining proceeds from sales will be used to produce more materials that can help spread the advocacy.

Additional information

Weight .1 kg
Dimensions 14 × 16 × 4 in

Sierra Madre, Palawan, Mindanao, Samar and Leyte