October 18, 2023
The Landmark Project and National Wildlife Federation have announced the launch of a sustainable range of graphic tees, sweatshirts, headwear and accessories that reintroduce childhood hero, Ranger Rick.
The clothing collection launches Oct. 19 and celebrates the conservation of the natural world. The partnership pays homage to Ranger Rick and other throwback graphics from the Federation’s archive.
“Growing up with Ranger Rick magazine is one of the reasons I fell in love with the outdoors,” says Matt Moreau, founder, artist, The Landmark Project. “As a kid, I remember being immersed in the stories and illustrations. Today I’m honored to contribute to their ongoing legacy with this collection.”
“Ranger Rick has long been synonymous with connecting people and nature while inspiring our youngest conservationists,” says Krista Newberry, head, licensing and partners, National Wildlife Federation. “The Landmark Project captures that sense of wonder and purpose with their new collection, helping us to build on our legacy of wildlife and environmental conservation for generations to come.”
With each purchase from this collection, The Landmark Project will return a portion of the proceeds to the National Wildlife Federation, directly contributing to their environmental and conservation initiatives.
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