Merchandise

All four stickers in a picture.

NEW! Stickers

350Vermont now has stickers! Put them on your water bottle, laptop, etc. Choose one or get all four designs. These stickers are eco-friendly and Greenguard Gold Certified, which means that each sticker meets rigorous chemical emissions standards and helps reduce indoor air pollution. They are also produced on material that has no PVC or halogen. All stickers are around 3×3 inches.

One sticker costs $2, but if you buy all four the cost is $6. Any amount you give over the cost of the stickers will be a donation supporting 350VT’s organizing work!

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An orange sticker that has a picture of a thistle on it and the words "Cultivate Resistance."

Cultivate Resistance sticker. Design by Luke Thomas via JustSeeds.org.

Sticker with "We are each other's harvest; we are each other's business; we are each other's magnitude and bond." - Gwendolyn Brooks on it. A graphic of a dandelion with two butterflies on it is in the center of the sticker.

“We are each other’s harvest; we are each other’s business; we are each other’s magnitude and bond.” – Gwendolyn Brooks

350Vermont in a speech bubble.

350Vermont logo sticker

Sticker with this text on it "We're calling for a just transition. Support a people's climate plan." There is also a graphic of a girl planting a tree and people building new structures.

Just Transition sticker design

Cover: Jabari Saeed Jones tends the callaloo at SUSU commUNITY Farm in Brattleboro.

Cover: Jabari Saeed Jones tends the callaloo at SUSU commUNITY Farm in Brattleboro.

Zine Issue 4, Grounded: How Vermonters are cultivating transformative relationships with the land – $12+

SOLD OUT FOR NOW! More coming soon

The fourth issue of our 37-page zine, Grounded: How Vermonters are cultivating transformative relationships with the land is now available in print! For this issue of the zine, we asked Vermonters to share how they are working and relating with the land in transformative ways, how they are replacing the myth of separation and the practices of exploitation with systems and mindsets that prioritize equity, sustainability, resiliency, community, and connection with the Earth. Created by the 350VT Zine Team: Dana Dwinell-Yardley, Marisa D. Keller, Staff Collective member Lily Jacobson, and Summer Fellow Eva Morgan, with design and illustrations by graphic designer Marcy Kass. You can view a digital version of the zine here

Print versions of the zine are also available for purchase at Everyone’s Books in Brattleboro, Vermont. Our zines are printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper by a local union printer.

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Issue 3, The Future Is Now: A Community Conversation – $12+

The third issue of our 48-page zine, The Future Is Now: A Community Conversation is now available in print! This zine features contributions from 350VT’s Mother Up!: Families Rise Up for Climate Action, a network of parents across Vermont taking organized, empowered action to protect the health and safety of our collective future. Created by the 350VT Zine Team: Dana Dwinell-Yardley, Marisa D. Keller, Staff Collective members Lily Jacobson and Abby Mnookin, with design and illustrations by graphic designer Marcy Kass. You can view a digital version of the zine here

Print versions of the zine are also available for purchase at Everyone’s Books in Brattleboro, Vermont. Our zines are printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper by a local union printer.

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Cultivate Resistance Tote Bag – $15+

Show the folks at the grocery store that you cultivate more than your garden with our new and improved Cultivate Resistance Tote Bag! Our updated tote bag is a natural color featuring the Cultivate Resistance graphic by Luke Thomas via JustSeeds.org and the 350Vermont logo in black, in a larger size with a 3″ gusset and 28″ handles to hold all your groceries comfortably. Made from 100% organic cotton, inspected and certified. Grab one or more today, and get a FREE tote when you sign up to become a monthly sustainer!
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Issue 2, Climate + COVID-19: A Community Conversation – $12+

The second issue of our new 40-page zine, Climate + COVID-19: A Community Conversation is now available in print! The zine approaches the subject of climate + COVID from many points of view, often particular to our state, and features submissions from writers, poets and activists all over Vermont. Created by the 350VT Zine Team: Staff Collective member Lily Jacobson, Gail Marlene Schwartz, Marisa D. Keller and Olivia Fay Box with design and illustrations by graphic designer Marcy Kass. You can view a digital version of the zine here. Our zines are printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper by a local union printer.

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Cultivate Resistance Face Mask – $15+

Cultivate resistance and wear your support with pride in our new royal blue face mask! Each mask features a Cultivate Resistance thistle designed by Luke Thomas via JustSeeds.org as well as the 350Vermont logo on one side. These 100% cotton, 3-ply masks are printed by local printers Amalgamated Culture Works.

Sold out!

 

Issue 1, Climate + COVID-19: A Community Conversation – $12+

The first issue of our new 40-page zine, Climate + COVID-19: A Community Conversation is in print! The zine approaches the subject of climate + COVID from many points of view, often particular to our state, and features submissions from writers, poets and activists all over Vermont. Created by the 350VT Zine Team: Staff Collective member Lily Jacobson, Gail Marlene Schwartz, Marisa D. Keller and Olivia Fay Box with design and illustrations by graphic designer Marcy Kass. You can also view a digital version of the zine here. Our zines are printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper by a local union printer.

Sorry, we’re out of the first issue!

Break Free Shirt – $15+

These shirts were printed for the People’s Climate March in April 2017 and feature a design created by local artist, Erok Guillard. Sizes run big.

Sorry, we’re out of T-shirts! We’ll update here when we have more.