Outdoor Alliance is excited to be teaming up with Parks Project. Parks Project, makers of National Park gear and stewards of our parklands was created to encourage everyone to get involved in supporting our National Parks & Monuments. Together we've created a new line of gear that is inspired by, and supports, our public lands. We are excited to be launching it on the eve of National Public Lands Day. In an interview with Parks Project, our regional organizer, John McCauley, said:
"Public Lands Day is an important reminder about the common ground that all Americans share. Public lands are uniquely American, owned by all of us, and worth fighting for. It's also pretty cool that the Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, US Fish & Wildlife Service, and US Forest Service lands are waiving entrance fees on September 30th. We hope that everyone will get out and celebrate their local public lands. We'll be working hard to make sure there are opportunities for the recreation community to protect those lands once they get back."
The gear is available just in time for Public Lands Day. Shop the line, and then get outside! Check it out: