Beaver Vineyards Shirt

Beaver Vineyards Shirt

30.00

Support Tara and Beaver Vineyards!
Shirt’s are Uni-Sex. See size chart below.

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The meaning behind the image-

The woman, the dog, the tractor, and the grapes.

Woman - Tara has always been extremely proud of being a woman in the farming community.

Dog - You can often find Tara with some type of animal glued to her hip. This pup is a blend of her dog Royal who was lost to cancer in 2018, as well as her new puppy Reign.

Tractor - Tara is always asked if she gets to drive the big tractors ;) This is her way of saying HELL YEA.

Grapes - This one should be obvious! She has 50 acres of Sauvignon Blanc.


MATERIALS:

  • Super-soft tri-blend polyester, cotton, and rayon

SPECS:

  • Unisex Fit

  • This shirt is printed with environmentally-friendly water-based ink

  • Sustainably made in the USA by workers who are paid fair wages

Size Example - Tara is 5’7” and about 145lbs and wear a small.


Who is making your shirt? - Public Market Goods

Mindfully made. Beautifully worn.

Here at Public Market Goods, we’re all about comfy t-shirts and durable totes that you can feel proud to show off. Whether you’re perusing the produce at the Sunday Farmers Market, or out on the town on Friday night, you can enjoy yourself while being comfortable, sustainable, and stylish.

Make a statement with your shirt. And your wallet. 

We’re more than your average t-shirt company, though.  Our super-soft statement tees and Farmers Market friendly tote bags are sustainably manufactured in California by workers who are paid fair wages. All of our designs are hand-drawn and printed with environmentally-friendly, water-based ink. Plus, every order you place with Public Market is promptly and thoughtfully shipped to your door in 100%-recycled mailers.  

Hey, we're just trying to change the world one t-shirt at a time. Why not join us?

 When you wear a Public Market t-shirt or carry one of our bags, you’re supporting U.S. cotton growers and manufacturers, as well as a handful of small businesses around the country — many of which are owned by women and minorities.