Snag This Retro-Chic Gear That Supports National Parks Wear your love of national parks on your sleeve with this cool line of clothing and gear. Bonus: Proceeds support park restoration, conservation, and education. Budget Travel Wednesday, Apr 20, 2016, 4:30 PM Vintage-inspired threads, stellar cause: win-win. (Courtesy parksproject.us) Budget Travel LLC, 2016

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Snag This Retro-Chic Gear That Supports National Parks

Parks Project T-Shirts

Vintage-inspired threads, stellar cause: win-win.

(Courtesy parksproject.us)

Trend alert! Just in time for National Park Week (admission to every park is free right now through Sunday, April 24), we've become obsessed with the on-trend national parks–themed clothing, jewelry, and outdoor gear from Parks Project (from $10, parksproject.us). The organization organizes park volunteer days and donates proceeds from every item sold to initiatives like habitat and trail restoration, animal conservation, and educational services in the parks.

Need help deciding which one to visit? Read BT's Which National Park Is Best For You? or go to FindYourPark.com.

Not only is the Parks Project's made-in-the-U.S. gear vintage cool, but its causes correspond with the park the clothing depicts: Pick a graffiti-style T-shirt featuring a benevolent Bigfoot in Yellowstone, Great Smoky Mountains, and Sequoia, and proceeds go toward planting trees, maintaining trails, and protecting animals in those parks.

Same deal if you buy this women's racerback tank top emblazoned with an iconic, sun-soaked Joshua Tree in Joshua Tree National Park: Money from the sale will help the Parks Project plant two Joshua Trees, a species facing challenges due to a recent drought brought on by climate change.

Another favorite: This Big Sur National Park tee, designed by psychedelic-pop artist Steven Harrington. A portion of proceeds help support art programs at the park's Henry Miller Memorial Library Arts Center.

The Parks Project's motto is Healthy Parks Make Healthy People. We couldn't agree more.

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