Forest Preserve District of Will County launches online store for nature lovers


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JOLIET, IL – The Forest Preserve District of Will County has launched an online store featuring nature-themed products for outdoor enthusiasts and participants of the Take It Outside Challenge. 

T-shirts, caps, magnets, and a stylish dog bandana are some of the unique products that customers can purchase to express their love for nature. 

The products feature snappy sayings such as “stay trashy” for raccoons and “keep the drinks coming” for hummingbirds. Proceeds from sales will benefit The Nature Foundation of Will County, which funds various Forest Preserve initiatives. 

“We hope people will like the items we’ve selected,” said Laura Kiran, the Forest Preserve’s director of marketing and Communications. “Each one is truly unique, fun to wear, and they make great gifts for other nature lovers you may know.”

For more information and to explore the online store, visit


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