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Sustainable Snapbacks- update on the Pay What You Want model

Thank you to those of you who have helped celebrated our Sustainable Snapbacks launch this week- we are so grateful for your generosity and support! We have seen payments in varying amounts under the “Pay What You Want” model, which is exactly what we were hoping for.  And jeez Louise, you guys! Our “Cedar” Sustainable Snapback in black has just sold out! Your support and generosity is truly inspiring. But never fear, we are working with local partners to get more of the black hats back in stock soon, and will continue to take orders at the Pay What You Want pricing structure through the end of March, with 100% percent of profits to Second Harvest Heartland.The black “Cedar” hats should...

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Introducing our new Sustainable Snapbacks collection made from recycled plastic bottles

It seems a bit trivial to launch a new product right now, so rather than a traditional product launch we have decided to do something different.  We are very fortunate to be able run MNIMALIST Goods as a passion project, and ever since we started our main goal has been to use this company as a vehicle for good.  We know many people are in difficult and uncertain situations, so are hoping to do something to help, no matter how small.  With that in mind, we will be launching our new line of "Sustainable Snapbacks" on a "Pay What You Want" model, through the end of March and while supplies last.  The standard price for each recycled hat is $28, but...

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Slow Fashion and how it can improve your life and the planet.

MNIMALIST is proud to be a part of the "Slow Fashion" movement. Slow fashion is all about quality products with season-less designs that are meant to be worn for a long time, and is a response to "Fast Fashion" which focuses on inexpensive ways to produce clothing in line with the latest trends.

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Giving Tuesday! Let’s help Friends of the Headwaters fight the proposed Enbridge pipeline!

Did you know that prior to 1970, Minnesota provided half of the GLOBAL supply of wild rice?  Large-scale production of wild rice has expanded since, and natural wild rice now accounts for about 10% of today’s global market supply, but Minnesota is still one of the highest producers of hand-harvested wild rice, with annual yield ranging from 4 to 8 million pounds! The proposed Enbridge pipeline route crosses the wild rice lakes area, and could jeopardize one of our great natural resources. This Giving Tuesday, Please help us join Friends of the Headwaters in their fight against Enbridge by donating via our GiveMN page here.  📷: @esagor 

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