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Protecting the land we love requires people, money, and time. Invest in a shared future fit for all living things, and send a message of your support to all you meet.

We invite you to proudly wear or display your support for conservation – and invite others into conservation allyship and advocacy – by purchasing CRLC merchandise. We make a special effort to work with artists and businesses based in the Richmond region to design and create these products. We work with people who care about our mission, and ideally, are connected to the lands that we protect.

CRLC T-Shirts

Proudly wear your support for the work Capital Region Land Conservancy does best: Protect the Land You Love!

These soft, eco-friendly t-shirts were designed by Richmond artist Katie McBride and highlight the stunning landscapes we protect. Find the size and style that suits you while knowing your order is helping us protect land for parks, farms, battlefields, and wildlife habitat across the region.

Writing the Land: Windblown I

Poetry anthology by Richmond poets, inspired by CRLC conserved lands

Writing the Land: Windblown I is a national anthology of poetry by 25 poets inspired by the conserved lands of 11 land trusts.

Capital Region Land Conservancy was paired with 4 local poets who took to the forests, rivers, and fields that we protect. With broad creative freedom, these poets spent time on these lands, learned about their history, and dreamed about their future. Ultimately, 10 poems exploring these lands have been published across 16 pages in the 2022 edition of the Windblown I anthology.

CRLC’s poems are also illuminated by 9 illustrations and a full-page illustrated map by Richmond-based artist Katie McBride, who also designed a beautiful t-shirt for CRLC.

Enjoy poems on these lands by the following authors:

  • Varina LandLab, Henrico County – Maria Elena Scott
  • Warwick Road, City of Richmond – Gwyn R. C. Moses
  • James River Park System, City of Richmond – Joanna Lee
  • Malvern Hill Farm, Henrico County – Dorina Wegener