Support national parks from your couch with these stylish tees

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Social distancing probably has you missing nature and developing a new appreciation for the outdoors. While you can’t go to national parks during the COVID-19 pandemic (they’ve been closed by the government), you can still support national parks from your couch — and look good doing it. 

Clothing brand The Parks Project was created to inspire millennials and teens to connect with nature and the country’s national parks. Through clothing and accessories that are contemporary and stylish, The Parks Project brings awareness to the 62 designated national parks in the United States, including Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and Big Sur. 

“’We the people’ own 84 million acres of pristine park wilderness that need our attention, action, & funding,” the brand’s website reads.

The brand is an official business partner to the National Park Service, working directly with more than 50 non-profits protecting parks and public lands in the U.S. and Canada. Each Parks Project purchase supports habitat restoration, wildlife conservation, youth education and visitor programs within national parks. You can even keep track of the brand’s current projects on its website.

Check out some of the brand’s lively pieces to support nature, wildlife and the outdoors — especially when you miss them most.

Shop: Parks Project Leave No Trace Bandana Flag Tapestry, $18

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Shop: Parks Project Yosemite National Park Tee, $36

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Shop: Parks Project Sequoia National Park Puff Print Hoodie Sweatshirt, $39.99 (Orig. $69)

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Shop: Parks Project Power To The Parks Tote Bag, $34

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Shop: Parks Project We Are Nature Tee, $36

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Shop: Parks Project Big Sur Tee, $19.99 (Orig. $36)

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Shop: Parks Project Life At Its Best Pocket Tee, $36

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Shop: Parks Project Joshua Tree Splendor Tee, $36

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Shop: Parks Project Preserve The Tahoe Deep Tee, $40

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Shop: Parks Project Grand Canyon Sleeveless Shirt, $19.96 (Orig. $39.95)

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Shop: Parks Project Yosemite Sleeveless Shirt, $19.96 (Orig. $39.95)

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Shop: Parks Project Explore National Parks T-Shirt, $21.98 (Orig. $35.95)

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Shop: Parks Project Yosemite Riders Crew Sweatshirt, $51.98 (Orig. $69.95)

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If you liked this story, Google Earth is offering online tours of 31 national parks right now.

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