#nature

  1. Tarma Stories: The Appalachian Trail Conservancy

    Tarma Stories: The Appalachian Trail Conservancy
    "I don’t remember who approached whom first, but the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and Tarma connected in 2007 when our then-sales manager, Teresa Tumblin, and Founder, Sky George met and talked at the Outdoor Retailer's Summer Market. It was obvious that the jewelry was a perfect fit and a licensing agreement on the logos from us was a no-brainer. Beyond that...
  2. Tarma Stories: Trail Tales

    Tarma Stories: Trail Tales
    "My husband and I are both Ultra Runners. I just completed my first American River 50 Mile Endurance Run on April 1st, 2017. My hubby bought your 50mile charm as an 'I'm proud of you gift.' So being runners, what better way to celebrate our 33rd wedding anniversary than by running 33 miles. On May 26, 2017 we ran all...
  3. Tarma Stories: Where Does Tarma Take You?

    Tarma Stories: Where Does Tarma Take You?
    Where does your Tarma take you? "The title of the email caused me to think about this for a while. What it made me realize is that a small piece of stainless steel and twenty-two inches of mini paracord could mean so much and cover such a long period of time in my life. Longer than Tarma has been in business...
  4. Tarma Stories: Stylish Shenanigans

    Tarma Stories: Stylish Shenanigans
    "My name is Nichole and I haven't met an outdoor adventure that I didn't like. Hiking and backpacking are my favorite, along with open water swimming and waterfall chasing. I make it a point to continue these outdoor pursuits with my children, so they can learn to love the outdoors and an active lifestyle too! Speaking of style, I really...
  5. Tarma Stories: The Path to Success

    Tarma Stories: The Path to Success
    "In 2006, I weighed almost 300 lbs. I had always been a strong person, living a life filled with science, nature, and being out in the world, enjoying the thrill of it all with the people I love. Whether it is hiking in Glacier National Park, or simply around the hills where I grew up in southern Indiana, or anywhere...
  6. Tarma Stories: The Symbol of the Trail

    Tarma Stories: The Symbol of the Trail
    “I actually discovered Tarma after seeing my friend and his girlfriend wearing the Cairn design necklace. I did not know what the symbol was at first until I inquired further. Honestly, I thought they were really cool symbols and wanted to wear one too but didn't buy one until I moved because I did not want to copy him or...
  7. Tarma Stories: The Cairn Collective

    Tarma Stories: The Cairn Collective
    “Well, it’s a really long story! But basically, I “discovered” Tarma when I was younger. I was working on getting a scuba diving certificate, and my uncle told me that when I finished he would give me an “adventure necklace.” He got me one of your pendants; more specifically, the Cairn. I loved the necklace and wore it for a...
  8. Tarma Stories: Found in the Process

    Tarma Stories: Found in the Process
    "I found Tarma designs while looking for long distance running jewelry. Finding nice jewelry, with a natural look, for distance running had been difficult. I did not want cheap and wanted something that showed my outdoorsy personality. I definitely found that when I browsed the Tarma website. But, that is not what made me love Tarma. And after all the pieces...
  9. Tarma Stories: Cogs and Cams

    Tarma Stories: Cogs and Cams
    “I've been adventuring with Tarma designs for around 5 years now and in that time, these products have become much more than just necklaces to me. The first design I bought from Tarma was the bike cog necklace. I used to race mountain bikes and ended up breaking my shoulder back in 2013. Shortly after my injury, I discovered Tarma...
  10. Tarma Stories: A Runner's World

    Tarma Stories: A Runner's World
    “I found Tarma at the running specialty store I used to work at in Columbus GA, called Big Dog Running Co. I wear my Run Pendant necklace EVERY DAY! I have tons of selfies with the necklace. I think the furthest I’ve gone with my necklace is Jamaica. I wear it hiking and I wear it to church. It’s absolutely...

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