Retail Partners

CRCL’s Retail Partners support the preservation and restoration of Louisiana’s coast by offering a selection of coast-inspired items that are perfect as holiday gifts — or anytime. Visit these retailers and thank them for their generous support!

Alex Beard

Artwork celebrating the wonders of our coast

Algiers Point Oyster Company

Eco-friendly, up-cycled shell ornaments and home decor using Louisiana oyster shells


Cool CRCL inspired t-shirts

Dirty Coast

Specializing in New Orleans gifts since 2005 Our shirts are secret handshakes

Down the River Forge

Purchase a Oyster Shucker or Lafitte Knife and Down River Forge will donate 5% to CRCL

Nola couture

Custom clothing and accessory designs that feature iconic Crescent City motifs

NOLA Couture will donate 10% of all Wetlands neck ties sold


Connect your loved ones to the outdoors this holiday with meaningful gift ideas from Orvis. Outfit yourself with innovative outdoor apparel, fishing & hunting gear & more.

The Oyster Bed

Using innovative cookware to enable chef
to cultivate creative cooking – Use code “CRCL” for purchases of $50 and over to receive a 15% discount, and the Oyster Bed will donate $5 to CRCL

Porter Lyons

Handmade stained glass ornament inspired by birds of Louisiana. Part of the proceeds from each ornament donated toCRCL to protect our wetlands. Each is numbered 1/250 with a brass charmed engraved with CRCL and Porter Lyons commitment saving our coast.

Queens Metal

Fun, outrageous and joyful jewelry

QUeens Metal will Donate 5% of Swamp Saint jewelry

River Basin Distillery, LLC

Whiskey distillery that embodies the spirit of the French Quarter with a Big Easy finish


Rebirth of New Orleans Tour: Life After Katrina Private Tour



Originally from Natchez, Mississippi, but living and working as an artist and designer since 1999 in New Orleans, Louisiana, Will M. Smith Jr. has found the perfect climate for him to express and use his full range of talents through the architecture, history and artistic phenomenon that is New Orleans. He is primarily represented by Gallery 600 Julia in the New Orleans Arts District.