Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Patagonia Supports Stripers Forever

Via Patagonia fly fishing gear guru Straq and his Way Upstream blog comes news of an inititive by Patagonia to fund the activities of conservation group Stripers Forever. The funding will come from a portion of the proceeds from the sale of snazzy looking tee shirts.
From the Way Upstream post:
Stripers Forever is an organization working to have striped bass designated as a gamefish. This designation will stop commercial exploitation across the Eastern Seaboard. Patagonia will make a five-dollar donation to the group for every purchase of the Striper T-Shirt. Renowned artist and angler, Alan James Robinson created the original artwork (back graphic) displayed on this soft, 100% organic cotton tee. The neck rib contains a touch of spandex to help retain its shape. Check with a Patagonia dealer or retail store near you or click on the striper t-shirt link above to make a purchase.
You may remember that Stripers Forever was one of the groups highlighted in the 2007 annual charitable giving guide.


El Pescador said...

Thanks for the exposure Lee. SF is working hard to make a difference. Picking up a t-shirt is an easy way to help.

Murdock said...

I'll be picking mine up at the store in Denver in September. See you at FFR.