Firewatch & Keep It Public Bandanas
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The United States of America is home to 640 million acres of public land. That’s territory that anyone can hike, camp and explore to their heart’s content. This public lands system is actually a collage of different types of lands: National Parks, National Forests and Bureau of Land Management lands -- all controlled with the best interest of future generations in mind by the US Dept of the Interior. It’s a system that is globally unique and wholly benefited each and every American.
Keep It Public is a CA-based non-profit that is focused solely on one issue: keeping every one of those 640 million acres in the public trust and safe from federal divestment that has historically resulted in their sale to private interest.
There’d be no Firewatch without the public lands system -- Henry’s tower sits in the middle of the Shoshone National Forest and it's experiences in the Shoshone and across the country that inspired the game. That is why $5 from the sale of each of these bandanas will be going straight to Keep It Public.org, even when you buy a bundle (one of each color for $25!)
Designed by Campo Santo art-director Claire Hummel, these 100% cotton bandanas are silk-screened with four scenes recognizable to any Firewatch fan. Available in cream/brown, cream/olive and gold/black.