Friends of Ojibway Prairie partners with RARE Apparel

 RARE Apparel co-owners Tam Nguyen and Scott Bisson pose with the Friends of Ojibway Prairie President Bill Roesel during the Earth Day celebrations at Malden Park on April 22, 2018.

RARE Apparel co-owners Tam Nguyen and Scott Bisson pose with the Friends of Ojibway Prairie President Bill Roesel during the Earth Day celebrations at Malden Park on April 22, 2018.

The buzz is growing about a new collaboration between the Friends of Ojibway Prairie (FOOP) and Windsor's RARE Apparel.

FOOP approached RARE Apparel earlier this year looking to partner on a line of t-shirts, long sleeve shirts and sweatshirts that would help introduce the volunteer organization to a wider audience while promoting the unmatched beauty of the Ojibway Prairie Complex.

The partners from RARE Apparel loved the idea from the start and enlisted the help of a local graphic designer to come up with the beautiful design you see below.

Each species represented in the design is one found in the Ojibway Prairie Complex.

Along with helping to spread the word about Ojibway, $5 from every sale is donated to the Friends of Ojibway Prairie to help provide assistance with educational programs, special events and restoration projects.

To buy one of your own, please visit www.rareapparel.ca!