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Merchology Eradicates Invasive Plant Species from Mounds Regional Park

In May 2018, 22 volunteers from Merchology ventured out to the Coldwater Spring area of the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area to help restore the landscape to its original state. Last year’s event went so well that we decided to sign up for round 2 this year at Mounds Regional Park in Saint Paul, Minnesota!

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Merchology Teams Up with International Paper for Sustainable Shipping Boxes

Last week we released a blog post announcing that we had partnered with EcoEnclose for our new eco-friendly poly mailer bags. This week, we are proud to announce that we are further advancing our goal of using sustainable shipping materials by teaming up with International Paper for our new environmentally friendly shipping boxes!

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Merchology Partners with EcoEnclose for Sustainable Poly Mailer Bags

Our shipping process is going green! We are happy to announce that we’ve partnered with EcoEnclose for our new poly mailer bags. EcoEnclose specializes in eco-friendly shipping supplies, so you’ll receive your custom apparel and corporate gifts in the most sustainable way possible.

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Merchology Volunteers at Coldwater Spring

On Tuesday Merchology volunteered with the Mississippi Park Connection and the National Park Service to remove three invasive plants from the beautiful Coldwater Spring in Minneapolis. Coldwater Spring was added to the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area in 2010 with the goal of restoring the landscape to its original state: an open landscape with oak savanna, prairie, and bluff top woodlands.

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Earth Day 2018

Happy Earth Day from Merchology! We’ve been staying busy to do our part in protecting the environment. Locally, we partner with the Mississippi Park Connection. Next month our team is volunteering at Coldwater Spring to help control invasive species on the Mississippi River. Coldwater Spring was added to the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area in 2010 with the goal of restoring the landscape to its original state. 

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