These items are not available from Pennsylvania Parks & Forests Foundation but are offered by creative people who generously donate a portion of their profits to the Foundation to support the projects you love.
In spite of the invitation above to do so, DO NOT ADD THESE ITEMS TO YOUR SHOPPING CART. Instead, visit the partner website and place your order there. You won't be disappointed!
Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation has teamed up with Design a Tea to offer four unique tea blends to warm you, cool you, or remind you of summer. The organic, fair trade teas are available in both bags and loose leaf directly from the Design a Tea website.
Twenty-five percent (25%) of your total purchase will be returned to PPFF for our work. Order on the Design a Tea website for the freshest possible product! Go to Teas & Products and choose Signature Blends. You'll find our four choices (Bearfoot Meadow, Morning Laurel, Memories of Summer, and Firefly Magic) at the bottom of the page.
The Pennsylvania Patch Coalition is a project by graphic designer Caleb Heisey to create a unique individual patch for each of Pennsylvania's state parks. He's 20% of the way there and the designs available so far are beautiful.
The Patch Coalition believes so strongly in the need to help keep Pennsylvania's state parks open and accessible to all of us that $1 of each patch sold is donated to the Foundation.
Help complete the patch set and support Caleb's efforts with a purchase at the website. And if you'd like to bump YOUR favorite park to the top of the "patches on deck" list, you can contact Caleb about a sponsorship.
Sunny Get Up is the brainchild of State College yogi Anna Engels. Her photographs are transformed into ... yoga pants! And a portion of the proceeds of her sales go to environmental causes including the Foundation. They're all lovely but we have to admit that we may be just a little bit biased in the direction of the Forest Bathing collection of leggings, inspired by the Alan Seeger Natural Area near Anna's home. Check out these cheerful designs at the website.
This calendar includes images from twelve beautifully rendered oil paintings of Pennsylvania Endangered Wildlife by artist Stephanie Koller. Filled with bright and engaging colors, all of the images capture the unique qualities of each species. In addition to being visually appealing, the calendar brings awareness to these amazing creatures, and offers monthly suggestions on ways we can help them survive. A portion of each purchase goes towards supporting PPFF.