Gator MANG®

The River of Grass, Everglades Foundation is making forward progress on protecting and restoring America's everglades through science, advocacy, education and innovation. Solving our problems in the river of grass will not happen overnight but EF will be there at the front lines when we do!

Our Gator MANG® is inspired by the American alligator itself and the protectors of the glades at Everglades Foundation.

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Behind the Collection

Black GatorMANG design on the back of a green longsleeve performance shirt

Have you ever been to the Everglades, MANG? The only River of Grass existing, the Everglades is the heartbeat that has provided life to millions of organisms. Today we recognize that our beloved national treasure is at risk, lack of natural fresh water flow has put stress on our environment. As a science based organization, Everglades Foundation focuses on Florida’s hydrologic issues around everglades restoration.

The Gator MANG design was inspired by the Alligator, an iconic creature that takes full advantage of the Florida Everglades. This toothy yet versatile reptile is an apex predator that provides balance essential to the health of the River of Grass.

How your purchase helps save and protect our ecosystem

  • Has helped donate $25,000 to our nonproift partners to continue their research and conservation efforts
  • Plants a mangrove through MANG’s Buy One. Plant One. initiative.
  • Brings awareness to the collected efforts of MANG and our nonprofit partners to restore and conserve our ecosystems
Child in classroom raising hand to ask a question to a mang education volunteer about mangrove restoration

Want to Learn More?

Check out these links to learn more about what Everglades Foundation is doing for the everglades and ocean conservation.

Read the latest news from the Everglades Foundation

Learn more about our fresh water crisis and EF’s intervention

See the current state of the Everglades and how to help