More Trees, Please! 2 Towns Ciderhouse Supporting Friends of Trees and Washington Wild to Improve Our Natural Resources
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
A $2 DONATION WILL BE MADE PER CASE OF CANS AND QUALIFYING BOTTLES AT PARTICIPATING SUPERMARKETS DURING APRIL
Corvallis, Ore. – March 31, 2019 – 2 Towns Ciderhouse is partnering with Friends of Trees and Washington Wild to support bringing community together to improve our natural resources. The campaign will support Friends of Trees with a $2 donation for every case of canned 2 Towns cider purchased at participating supermarkets. In Washington, the campaign will support Washington Wild with a $2 donation for every case of cans and select bottles purchased at participating supermarkets.
“The environment is important to us; we take pride in using the best ingredients possible, and that isn’t going to happen unless we have clean water sources, clean soil and clean air. We are inspired by the work these organizations do and are eager to support them,” said Lee Larsen, 2 Towns co-founder and CEO.
2 Towns Ciderhouse will also be supporting Friends of Trees during two of their neighborhood tree plantings on March 9th and April 27th. Feel free to join them in an effort to support ‘trees and community’.
Visit your local participating supermarket to pick up a few cases and support a green Northwest!
At 2 Towns Ciderhouse we believe that the long history of cidermaking demands respect and deserves to be done right. Starting with the highest quality whole ingredients from local farms, we take no shortcuts in crafting our ciders. We never add any sugar, concentrates or artificial flavors, and instead use slow, cold fermentation methods to allow the fruit to speak for itself. As a family-owned company, we are committed to the growth of our team and enrichment of our communities. We take pride in producing true Northwest craft cider. For more information about 2 Towns Ciderhouse, visit www.2townsciderhouse.com.
Friends of Trees was founded in 1989 by a community member who loved trees and started planting them in Portland neighborhoods. Today, Friends of Trees is a nationally recognized, regional leader in improving the urban tree canopy and restoring sensitive natural areas—through programs delivered by thousands of volunteers. Friends of Trees greens our region while growing community. www. friendsoftrees.org .
Since 1979, Washington Wild has played an invaluable role in permanently protecting nearly three million acres of Wilderness throughout Washington State. We bring people together in the vigorous defense of our remaining wild forests, waters, and wildlife. By educating, empowering, and mobilizing our communities, Washington Wild builds powerful grassroots networks that help protect wild lands and waters throughout the state. www. wawild.org .
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