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  • At Camp Copeland Studio we are focused on creating a sustainable and equitable future for everyone. One way that we can support these efforts is through supporting our local non-profits. This year we decided to start a new program called "Non-Profit Partnership Prints". The idea is simple. We work with a non-profit organization that we love to create art prints themed around their mission. Each print is a handmade linocut and printed by us in our Braddock, PA shop. $10 from each print sale goes to the non-profit! To start this program we partnered with one of our favorite local organizations, Grow Pittsburgh. Here's a little about Grow Pittsburgh's Mission:


    Grow Pittsburgh is a 501c3 charitable nonprofit that serves as a resource and guide for backyard, school and community gardeners, as well as urban farmers across the Greater Pittsburgh region. Their mission is to teach people how to grow food and to promote the benefits that gardens bring to our neighborhoods. 


    Click here for more info on this amazing organization.


    For this non-profit partnership, we decided on a year-long collaboration featuring a new print each month. All prints will feature our favorite and most useful garden tools. With each print purchased, we will donate $10 to Grow Pittsburgh, which is the equivalent of approximately 3 seedlings for a local school or community garden.


    The 12 prints that we will be releasing this year for our partnership with Grow Pittsburgh will each feature a useful garden tool. March's image features a Hori Hori. 


    Click here for January's print, the broadfork:



    February's print is Bypass Pruners 



    As each print is handmade, some variation is possible. We find the variation lovely and proof that you item is indeed handmade.

    Hori Hori - Linocut Print


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