The Cedar Ravine Story
It all started when...
Our parents let us play barefoot on the trails near our childhood homes. Today, we continue to stick with our roots as we find peace and inspiration just being outdoors in the dirt and sun. Our love of the trail and the desire to take our adventures in nature home with us inspired the creation of the products that have become the Cedar Ravine brand.
As we continue to be fueled and inspired by our natural surroundings, we explore places like the north coast of California (misty beaches + humpback whales + redwood trails) and the culture and secluded beauty of the Southeast U.S., and translate the spirit of each stunning example of earth's finest into accessories for fellow explorers.
All of the products we create at Cedar Ravine represent favorite outdoor lifestyle accessories – simply and ruggedly designed items for no-fuss exploring using rich and vibrant colors and prints that translate beautifully for anytime wear.
Keep it Wild
While we enjoy developing our craft and sharing it with others, we know we have to do our part to preserve the world we love to explore – and keep it as wild and pure as possible.
As such, Cedar Ravine is committed to two key values: keeping our manufacturing process sustainable and continuous investment in wildlife and nature preservation efforts.
Cedar Ravine supports organizations that are currently working to preserve our natural spaces. We were raised to love and respect the earth in all its natural forms and we appreciate the opportunity to honor preservation efforts being made in the United States to keep open and wild landscapes available for all of us to enjoy.
We are partnered with 1% For the Planet, a global network of businesses, nonprofits and individuals working together for a healthy planet who have already given more than $150 Million dollars back to the environment.
Cedar Ravine purchases support The Nature Conservancy’s Adopt an Acre® program through symbolic gifts in support of the Northern Rockies, Central Appalachians, Gulf Coast, Northern Sierras and the Great Plains. Together, we can ensure that amazing natural treasures like these receive the urgent protection and restoration that is critical to their survival.
Stephanie grew up on Cedar Ravine Road in the mountains of Northern California. Camping, hiking, building and fabric dyeing as a young girl cultivated her love of nature and art. Renegade cowgirl, she often finds herself rallying behind artists, inspiring and producing their work. As a mother of two adventurous boys, she sees the world through the eyes of young explorers all over again and finds the inspiration to pursue big dreams in them.
Since her first film camera at age 9 Christine has been chasing squirrels and other natural wonders with the instinct to document, share and inspire. She can usually be found behind a lens, knee deep in grass or with feet covered in sand.