WHAT WE'RE DOING
Whether it's a local city park or an iconic National Forest, we work to help everyone get outside and enjoy public lands as well as get involved in conserving, protecting and improving those lands. The Public Lands community provides opportunities to volunteer with conservation organizations and engage in learning and advocacy around critical issues facing public lands. As part of our commitment, Public Lands has joined the Boundary Waters Business Coalition to support permanent protection for the Boundary Waters Wilderness Watershed from sulfide-ore copper mining.
We are striving to break down barriers of access and equity in the outdoors. Together with national & local partners, we are working to ensure an accessible and inclusive community of outdoor enthusiasts. We believe the outdoors is for all.
Retail can create a lot of unnecessary waste, which is why we are determined to do better. Wherever possible, we utilized reused materials in building our stores as well as source FSC Certified, non-toxic, post-consumer recycled and LED products. We continually assess our activities to tread more lightly in our supply chain, packaging and waste stream, carbon emissions, and the products we sell.
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**Learn more at publiclandsfund.org Donations are based on purchase price, excluding taxes or other charges. The Public Lands Fund is a program of The DICK’s Sporting Goods Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charity.
What Can I Do?
Join us at upcoming events all about protecting and celebrating our public lands.
Materials and Programs
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Products made with post-industrial or post-consumer recycled fibers, which uses less water and has a lower carbon footprint.
Fair Trade Certified™
Fair Trade Certified™ items are ethically produced by meeting minimum wage standards, providing a safe environment for employees and not using child labor.
Material that is grown or made without the use of genetically modified seeds, pesticides or chemical yielding aids.
Leather Working Group Certified
Leather sourced from tanneries that ensure responsible chemical, water and energy usage.
These products are made of bluesign® APPROVED fabrics and accessories and are bluesign® certified products produced in a resource conserving way with a minimum impact on people and the environment.