Thank you for visiting MAP’s Store! Please take a look at the various items available for purchase, and be sure to check back in often, as new products and opportunities may become available.
All proceeds go to protect and restore the Earth’s mangrove forests and support sustainable coastal societies.
2014 MAP Children’s Art Calendar
The Mangrove Action Project's 2014 International Children's Art Calendar is nearly ready. We are now taking pre-orders! Please email email@example.com to order your calendars now, so we can better judge how many to print. We are offering you the following great discounts on bulk orders
Karen Wijnand Prints on Canvas
Over the last 28 years, Karin Wijnand has worked as a glass and ceramics artist. She studied ceramics at the North Staffordshire Polytechnic in England, and after lived and worked for a while in Amsterdam, Utrecht and Curaçao, till finally settling in Enschede in the East of the Netherlands.
Enma Saiz Fine Art Giclee on Canvas
This fine art giclee on canvas is one of fifty reproductions of this 40”x 40” painting done in acrylics on canvas by Miami artist, Enma Saiz. The artist oversaw the giclee process from start to finish, including the museum quality digital capture process and the printmaking process. The printmaking materials used in this fine art giclee are archival, with a guaranteed 80-year image permanence rating.
Fine Art from MAP’s Art Gallery
Visit the website of Chilean artist Monica Gutierrez-Quarto to view her gallery café of beautiful prints and paintings. Monica created the unique painting from which the artwork on our homepage originates, as well as the artwork on the MAP T-shirt.
Tie-dye Products – Ban Lions,Thailand
Since 2007 the Mangrove Action Project (MAP) has been working in conjunction with Andaman Discoveries and Naucrates (NGO's) to develop sustainable livelihoods in Lion Village on Phra Thong (Golden Buddha) Island in the north Andaman region of Thailand.
Children’s Calendar Artwork Gallery
Primary school children from tropical and sub-tropical nations are invited yearly to participate in MAP’s international contest. Selected winners are published in the MAP children’s art calendar, which is distributed worldwide. This contest aims to promote appreciation and awareness of mangroves.
Contribute directly to mangrove conservation and restoration by “adopting” one of MAP’s programs. Makes a great “alternative” gift!
Your contribution is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. You may be allowed to deduct the amount of your contribution less the fair market value of any goods and services you received.