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On April 22, Earth Day is celebrated. Whether you like to show Mother Earth some love by planting spring flowers, picking up trash at your local park or just appreciating the sunshine, this year, be sure to take some time to appreciate the incredible nature around you.
However, if you’re looking to celebrate the planet we call home in a larger way, you’re going to want to check out Madewell’s latest collaboration with Parks Project.
Parks Project is on a mission to champion conservation and education around the United States’ national parks. The brand mainly does so by bringing the spirit of the incredible parks to you through apparel and other home goods. In this new collab with Madewell, park newbies and lifelong enthusiasts can show their support for the protected lands in style.
In a release, Joyce Lee, Madewell’s SVP of Design, said, “To bring the collaboration to life, we highlighted some of our favorite places in the product – like Joshua Tree, Zion, Yosemite and Saguaro – all with special Madewell twists like graphic treatments and neutral tones. We hope our work with Parks Project inspires our community to get out and enjoy their favorite parks, and of course, leave them cleaner than they found them.”
Additionally, both Madewell and Parks Project champion the National Parks Conservation Association and its mission to protect the national parks. To show their support, Madewell has contributed $10,000 to the NPCA.
Plus, every in-store purchase from the collection comes with a “Leave It Better Than You Found It” Cleanup Pack, so everyone can pitch in to help keep our planet clean. You can shop a few select items from the Madewell x Parks Project collection below. And be sure to shop the entire collection on Madewell.com.
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