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Twisp: The heart of the Methow Valley

Twisp: The heart of the Methow Valley

Also homed on the campus is “eqpd”, a design and manufacturing studio that creates stunning bags, wallets, planters and more.

Summer bag pick: eqpd Last Bag

"Finally, a reusable shopping and tote bag that’s sturdy enough and of high enough quality to truly be used over and over again. And The Last Bag looks nice enough to travel with me, too."
Summer bag pick: eqpd Last Bag
25 Awesome Plastic Free Products (For Plastic Free July & Beyond)

25 Awesome Plastic Free Products (For Plastic Free July & Beyond)

In an effort to eliminate single-use plastic bags, Eqpd (pronounced “equipped”) took it upon themselves to create the ultimate solution.

This virtually indestructible waterproof bag is made from the same rugged materials used in whitewater rafts, parachutes, and military backpacks.

eqpd Expands Built-for-a-Purpose Fundraising Program with SheJumps Partnership

SheJumps and eqpd (“equipped”), two entities that share a passion for environmental sustainability and the outdoors, have collaborated to create a limited-edition SheJumps LastBag.
eqpd Expands Built-for-a-Purpose Fundraising Program with SheJumps Partnership
10 Best Tote Bags to Haul Your Gear in 2019

10 Best Tote Bags to Haul Your Gear in 2019

"We just got the LastBag tote in the office from eqpd, and we can tell this bag should last for a while."

Eco chic: Recycled tote takes on all your wet and muddy gear

The eqpd LastBag™ is the perfect solution — a breathable bag made of 100-percent recycled mesh in a basket-like weave. Small spaces let air in, filter odor out and drain away water.

Eco chic: Recycled tote takes on all your wet and muddy gear
One Tough Tote

One Tough Tote

The people at eqpd believe that one of the ways you make a truly eco-friendly product is to make a product that never needs to be thrown away or replaced.

Pinkerton Alumnus Fall 2017 (PAGE12 -13)

We all have the ability to do great work. Find your interest and learn as much as you can about it. Study it on your own. Apprentice with a mentor. Practice... Ultimately, use your skills and passion to make the world a better place.

Pinkerton Alumnus Fall 2017 (PAGE12 -13)
Rural, and making it: Bringing manufacturing to small towns

Rural, and making it: Bringing manufacturing to small towns

“I knew I had to make it here,” he said. “To export all that opportunity to an overseas factory would be missing out on one of the biggest benefits of a successful design – jobs. The government doesn’t encourage this, and the tax code doesn’t either, but it is the right thing to do if you believe in the pride of making things where you live and the profound effect that can have.”

Pinkerton grad has a brand new bag in Washington state

Baker began to look closely at other people’s products, and he wasn’t thrilled. “Design had gotten diluted,” he pointed out. “Some things looked expensive but fell apart, some things were expensive but were cheaply made.” He remembers challenging himself, “What object can I make that fulfills a greater mission?” He listed his mission criteria: using design to solve real-world issues, creating a sustainable product, and keeping jobs in America.
Pinkerton grad has a brand new bag in Washington state