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We strongly support a variety of non-profit organizations that we believe to be indispensable to the proper development of the outdoors around us. Each organization we support builds and maintains the athletic communities we couldn't live without, and does so in a environmentally conscious way to protect them in perpetuity.

Arkansas Climbers Association

Arkansas Climbers Association

The Arkansas Climbers Coalition (ARCC) was found in 2007 as a non-profit advocacy and conservation organization representing the interests of Arkansas rock climbers. The ARCC mission is to preserve and protect climbing areas in The Natural State through communication, education, and land steward ship. This group of dedicated climbers are committed to educating the public about climbing and keeping climbing areas safe and open to the public.

To learn more about the ARCC, visit their website at:
www.arkansasclimbers.org
Want to shop Fayettechill and support the ARCC at the same time?
Check out the Fayettechill | Arkansas Climbers Coalition shirts:
2013 | 2014 - Skeleton Climb 2012 | 2013 - Climber's Coalition

The Ozark Offroad Cyclists

The Ozark Offroad Cyclists

The Ozark Offroad Cyclists (OORC) organization was founded in 1997 as a non-profit mountain biking organization. The OORC's primary goals are to build, maintain, and ride the vast collection of sustainable trails throughout the Ozark region.  The OORC is deeply passionate in their support of the preservation and protection of public greenways and green trails surrounding the Ozark community.  Their stewardship include defending and promoting trail systems within the Ozark Mountains, as well as educating the public about mountain biking advocacy, trail building, and safe riding.

To learn more about the OORC, visit their website at:
www.ozarkoffroadcyclists.com
To check out the Fayettechill | Ozark Offroad Cyclist shirts in our shop, shop the following selections:
2013 | 2014 - Ozark Afterlife 2012 | 2013 - Ozark Offroad

Buffalo River Foundation

Buffalo River Foundation

The Buffalo River Foundation (BRF) is a not-for-profit conservation organization. BRF operates primarily as a land trust, which seeks to acquire conservation easements or other ownership interests in lands within the Buffalo River watershed with ecological importance, water quality benefits, and scenic value in order to preserve and protect those land and conservation values in perpetuity. The BRF can provide interested private landowners a variety of voluntary conservation options to maintain the scenic and cultural heritage of the Buffalo River. The leadership of BRF is comprised of individuals who possess an understanding of the Buffalo River's history and needs, as well as have a desire to work collaboratively with other people and institutions who find free market solutions to conserve land in the watershed.

To learn more about the BRF, visit their website at:
www.buffaloriverfoundation.org
2013 | 2014 - Buffalo Bison LS // Buffalo Bison SS
2012 | 2013Buffalo Bluffs

Trout Unlimited

Trout Unlimited

The Arkansas Chapter of Trout Unlimited (Chapter #514) is based in the Northwest corner of the state of Arkansas. TU's mission is to conserve, protect, and restore North America's cold water fisheries and their watershed. Since 1959, TU has protected more than 10,000 river miles nationwide and has pioneered new scientific, legal, and legislative tools to make America's rivers cleaner and healthier. The Arkansas Chapter of this organization has and plans to continue to bring this experience and passion to the Natural State and its many rivers and watersheds. $2.00 of each collaboration shirt sold will be directly contributed to their respective efforts.

To check out the Fayettechill | Trout Unlimited shirts in our shop, shop below by year:
www.arkansaschaptertu.org
2013 | 2014 - Spawning Season LS // Spawning Season SS 2012 | 2013 - Trout Unlimited

Refresh Fayetteville

Refresh Fayetteville

Refresh Fayetteville is a movement to help foster more public art in Fayetteville through community sponsored murals, sculptures, and installations throughout the city.

To learn more about Refresh Fayetteville, visit their Facebook page.