Upstream Journey Logo Oscar Orange

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Upstream Journey Logo Oscar Orange

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In Partnership with the Chuitna Campaign

Upstream is never the easy way to go, but we are determined to move against the tide. Like the salmon is programmed to fight upstream and return to the river of its birth, we are wired this way – committed to head upstream and battle any obstacle standing in our way. Upstream is the ethos of everything we do.

Fittingly, 10% of the price of Upstream Journey logo products is donated to support one of the most important and difficult conservation fights, defeating the proposed Chuitna Mine.  Named one of America’s most endangered rivers, Alaska's unspoiled Chuitna River is one of the world’s last salmon strongholds, but it is being threatened by PacRim Coal’s proposal to mine directly through 13.7 miles of its salmon-rich headwaters.

To learn more about the Chuitna Campaign’s upstream battle to conserve this Alaskan wilderness, please click here

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      PRODUCT DETAILS

      Premium Organic Cotton & Recycled Polyester Crew Neck Tee

       Slim fit - See sizing chart
      50% ORGANIC cotton (30/1 combed ring spun) and 50% recycled polyester from plastic bottles
      Incredibly soft and durable construction
      Hand screen printed
      Heather 4.4 oz fabric

      Made and Printed in the USA

      TEN PERCENT FOR THE CHUITNA CAMPAIGN

      CHUITNA: MORE THAN SALMON ON THE LINE

      There are few places left in the United States as pristine and untouched as Alaska’s Chuitna Watershed. In a world where wild salmon stocks have been depleted by over-exploitation and habitat loss, the Chuitna remains one of the world’s last salmon strongholds and boasts abundant runs of all five species of wild Pacific salmon, which supports vibrant commercial, subsistence, and recreational fishing. But this irreplaceable salmon wilderness and the people that rely on it are now staring down the barrel of destruction due to the proposed Chuitna Mine.