We Donated GeoPot Fabric Pots to Sequoia Park Zoo

Here at GeoPot Fabric Pots, we are passionate about giving back to the community that has supported our growth over the years. That's why we were thrilled to donate some of our products to Northcoast Horticulture Supply, which supports gardening projects in the community of Humboldt County, California.

Sequoia Park Zoo Director, Gretchen Ziegler stopped into the Eureka NHS location with a special donation request for their resident primates.

The gibbons and spider monkey exhibits are the oldest exhibits at the Sequoia Park Zoo. The Zoo Director explained a need to enhance the exhibits and provide natural foraging opportunities for the primates. The Zoo wanted to be able to rotate large pots of bamboo in and out of the primate exhibits allowing the plants to regenerate and continue to provide natural foraging opportunities. Zoo Keeper, Natalie Parchman was specifically looking for large fabric pots with handles to easily move the bamboo in and out of the exhibits.

The expert staff at Northcoast Horticulture Supply recommended to use GeoPot Fabric Pots because of their durability, proper water drainage and strong marine-grade stitching on the handles allowing for easy mobility.

NHS special ordered five 30 gallon GeoPot Fabric Pots with handles for the primate exhibits, and we were more than happy to donate our product to such a worthwhile cause.

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