For the first time ever, we are pleased to be offering some of our merchandise items to folks near and far. Starting today until December 15th, you can share your passion for The Land Institute with family and friends. All products are designed and sourced with local communities and the environment in mind. See images here.
To purchase any of these items or to learn more about our other merchandise, fill out and send this form to gro.e1561412713tutit1561412713snidn1561412713al@es1561412713idnah1561412713crem1561412713 or contact Amanda at (785) 823-5376.
Our TLI logo Nalgene bottles reduce waste on campus and keep us hydrated during long days in the research plots. All water bottles are 100% BPA free. Available in olive or grey. ($20)
Siwook Hwang, a former Land Institute intern, is the artist behind the design on our canvas tote, which depicts each of our five perennial grain breeding programs: Wheat, Sorghum, Silphium, Kernza®, and Legumes. The tote is made with 100% organic cotton. ($24)
We worked hard to design a hat we’re proud to wear. Keeping our inspiration close to nature, all hats are American made with 100% organic cotton and recycled materials. The TLI logo baseball cap comes in solid blue, and mesh-back hats come in solid green and blue and white. ($30)
Frank Ozmun, an L.A. based designer and sustainability advocate, won our inaugural Prairie Festival t-shirt contest this year with a design inspired by the festival’s theme: “Ecological Transformations for an Ecological Civilization.” Printed on a heather grey, Econscious brand shirt. ($24)
Our coffee mugs were created by artist Steve Coburn, a Salina-based potter. Coburn used two glazes: a deep green and rustic earth tone. Mugs hold approximately 16 oz. ($28)