As Earth Month comes to an end, we’ve been thrilled to see people from all over the country come together and show their love and commitment to keeping our planet healthy. But the work doesn’t stop here just because April is ending! There’s still much to be done. To keep the spirit of earth month all year round, we wanted to highlight 5 of our favorite companies making a positive impact on the planet for you to support.
Every day is Earth Day at Keep Nature Wild. With outdoor inspired gear and apparel, this Arizona-based company picks up 1 pound of trash for every product sold. They do this through monthly meet ups, their highly active ambassador program, and outdoor volunteers. By using the power of social media, they’re able to promote volunteerism and responsible outdoor recreation.
Shop their collections, or pledge to join their clean up efforts here.
A Campspot frequent collaborator, this oh-so-exciting board game puts you in the shoes (or more accurately – boots) of two hikers exploring the National Parks. During your trek, be sure to collect tokens, earn access to the parks, and explore the seasons of America’s greatest treasure. Not only do players learn about the National Parks and have more appreciation for them, 1% of each sale is donated to the National Park Service!
Pick up your set here or follow them on Instagram here.
Need a new blanket for your next outdoor adventure? Look no further. Portland-based startup Rumpl crafts the most durable, stylish, and cozy blankets that are made for outdoor trips. Their blankets use 100% post-consumer recycled materials. And they now are recycling over 5 million discarded plastic bottles through their supply chain every year. Plus, 1% of all their revenue is donated to environmental non-profits.
Shop their blankets here.
Apparel, accessories, decor, and travel goods – Parks Project has it all. This non-profit’s mission is to protect and preserve parklands for generations to come. To date, they’ve contributed over $1.4 million to help find vital projects in parks across the country. They have 42 current projects such as rebuilding the visitors center at Big Bend and supporting over 400 volunteers helping to clean up Big Sur.
See what they’re up to and check out their apparel here.
Meet Pela – the world’s first compostable phone case. Inspired by seeing how much plastic was washing up on the beach during a Hawaii vacation, Pela’s founder Jeremy Lang decided to do something about it. Their sustainability made phone cases, sunglasses, and more, have saved the equivalent of 41 million plastic bags entering the ocean. Their mission is to make sustainable, eco-friendly products the new normal – and it starts with everyday products like your phone case.
Shop their compostable products here.