Poppa’s Barn announces partnership with OneTreePlanted


Last updated 1/17/2018 at Noon

MENIFEE – Poppa’s Barn and Company, specializing in reclaimed wood products, launched its online shop and announced a partnership with the nonprofit group OneTreePlanted, Dec. 28, founder of Poppa’s Barn Mike Petrich said.

Poppa’s Barn repurposes decades-old fences destined for the dump into reclaimed wood products, offering wall coverings, mantels, tables, shelves and more. Poppa’s Barn reclaimed wood has been used as feature walls and statement pieces in homes, city halls and restaurants, Petrich said.

In an effort to expand beyond Southern California, Poppa’s Barn launched its first online shopping experience. The online shop provides reviews, photos and detailed specifications, and it sells reclaimed wood by the square foot, with no minimums and free shipping, Petrich said.

With the entrance into e-commerce, Poppa’s Barn partnered with OneTreePlanted. Based in Vermont, OneTreePlanted reforests trees globally. The nonprofit, which started in 2014, has planted over a million trees in four continents. It maintains a tree survival rate of 80 to 90 percent, according to its website, http://www.onetreeplanted.org.

“Our lives are rooted in Southern California,” co-founder Karla Petrich said. “And we’ve been hit hard by some of the most destructive wildfires to date. It breaks our heart to see our land and neighbors devastated by these fires.”

Shoppers can place orders at http://www.poppasbarn.com, and a portion of every order will be donated to OneTreePlanted.

“We wanted to give back to our community, and what better way than pledging to plant one tree for every order we receive.” Mike Petrich said.

Located in Menifee, Poppa’s Barn is a subsidiary of Karmichael’s Cabinetry. Those who would like more information can contact Poppa’s Barn at (951) 244-0202 or email [email protected].


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