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UF Ethnoecology Garden benefit shirt

UF Ethnoecology Garden benefit shirt
UF Ethnoecology Garden benefit shirt
UF Ethnoecology Garden benefit shirt
UF Ethnoecology Garden benefit shirt
UF Ethnoecology Garden benefit shirt
UF Ethnoecology Garden benefit shirt
UF Ethnoecology Garden benefit shirt

UF Ethnoecology Garden benefit shirt

Regular price $20.00
Ethnoecology is the study of the dynamic relationships between people and the natural environment. The UF Ethnoecology Garden is an interactive laboratory and forum for students to learn by exploring these relationships and interactions hands-on with a diverse community of students, faculty, staff, local experts and visitors. Located near the bat houses and Lake Alice on the University of Florida campus, the Ethnoecology Garden boasts a unique living collection of edible, medicinal, and useful plants. The Ethnoecology Society, a UF student group, maintains the garden space through dedicated volunteerism.

Proceeds from the sale of these shirts will go towards the purchase of trees and plants to increase the diversity of the Garden. Thank you for your support and for helping the Ethnoecology Garden grow!

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This shirt is the Allmade Unisex Tri-blend, made of a blend of 50% Repreve® polyester from recycled plastic bottles/ 25% organic, US-grown cotton/ 25% Tencel Modal. Learn more about Allmade here.
PLEASE NOTE ** shirts will not be printed/delivered until the end of the fundraising period. Our standard delivery time does not apply to this item. 
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