At Parks Project, we believe we can leave parks better than we found them. So we’re committed to restoring habitats through education and funding projects in the park.
Through volunteering and donations, we are working with 34 unique projects ranging from trail maintenance and habitat restoration, to funding critical programming in parks. This Giving Tuesday, we’re asking our friends to give back in their own way.
Need some help getting started? Here’s a list of ways to give back to parklands!
1. Shop small.
Buy goods from brands (like us) who donate time and money to national parks. To date, we have contributed over $2,500,000 to projects that restore habitats in parklands!
4. Start your own clean-up event
Grab some clean-up kits and gather your friends and family for a local clean-up event.
6. Learn about the land you recreate on
By educating ourselves about the land we recreate on, we can understand how to take care of it and leave it better than we found it. For more information on the history of the parklands, check out Native Land Digital!
Since the creation of this business, Parks Project has donated more than $2.5 million dollars to park projects from Acadia to Zion! For more information on the projects we are working on, visit our contribution page.