Bamboo Farm

Facts from the Farm

Our official Cariloha Bamboo Farm stretches across the green hills of the Sichuan Province in China and is a 10 sq/mile sustainably run bamboo farm.


Square Miles of Bamboo Farm


Bamboo trees are grown on the farm each year


Tons of bamboo are harvested every year.


Zero pesticides! Cariloha bamboo is organically grown.

Bamboo Farm

What Can You Make From A Single Bamboo Stalk?

1 bamboo stalk makes roughly .6 KGS of fabric. For example, one bamboo stalk can make 5 bamboo viscose t-shirts. With 61 Million stalks to choose from that's a lot of naturally soft and sustainable fabric.

See what else can be made from a single stalk.


5 T-shirts

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3 Boxers

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1 Top Sheet

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20 Socks

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The Most Renewable Resource On the Planet!

When you think of bamboo, you probably think of something tall, hard, and green growing out of the ground. But, did you know that bamboo is one of the most sustainable, renewable resources on the planet and can be made into one of the world’s most eco-friendly, luxuriously soft fabrics?

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Global Partners

Our raw bamboo is grown in the Sichuan province of China. It's then turned into bamboo fiber in China's Hebei province. From there, the fiber is woven and spun into yarn all over the world, not exclusively in China. We work with trade partners in the U.S., Turkey, Mexico, India and China.

Our Bamboo Process

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Understanding the Environmental Impact

Is bamboo an environmentally friendly resource?

Is bamboo clothing produced ethically?

Why is bamboo considered a sustainable material?

From where is bamboo sourced?

Will harvesting bamboo hurt wildlife?