One Straw At A Time

Taking Care Of Our Planet

Every week, Americans throw away over three billion plastic straws. They are filling our landfills and making their way into our oceans. We are here to change that, as one of many companies making strides towards reducing plastic waste. 

Each Strawai'i can be used to eliminate over 500 of these plastic straws.



With your monogram, favorite inspirational quote or a special birthday & anniversary message -

Let LOVE be created!


Spotlight Organization of the Month

Herbicide Free Campus

Every month we pair a design with an organization we stand by. For the month of April, with every Bee straw sold, we will be donating $1 to the Herbicide Free Campus

Using hands, not herbicides! Unfortunately, not all of our landscapes are herbicide and pesticide free, which violates our human right to health and safety. Strawai’i partner Herbicide Free Campus is a coalition of students, professors, scientists, environmental lawyers, and social justice organizations that work together to eliminate synthetic herbicides on their campuses. They envision a toxin-free world where we create a more safer sustainable living by starting locally and advocating for organic land management. Our generation and future generations deserve clean soil and the right to health and safety. Decolonize aesthetics!

If you are interested in supporting their organization, please visit their website:

Herbicide Free Campus 🌿

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Spotlight Conservation effort of the Month

The Pueo Project

Every month we pair a design with a local conservation effort. For the month of April, with every Pueo (owl) straw sold, we will be donating $1 to the Pueo Project

The Pueo Project is a conservation effort formed at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Pueos or Hawaiian Short-eared owls are important to the Hawaian ecosystem because they control population sizes by predating on introduced rodents and other invasive species. In 2005, the Pueo was state-listed as an endangered species, followed by the declining populations of other short-eared owls in Europe and North America. Their decline resulted due to habitat disturbance and a reduced population of small mammals.The Pueo Project dedicates their time in researching the two needs of the Pueo: improving population monitoring and defining habitats important to population stability.

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