Earth Day is more than a day; it’s a celebration of an everyday commitment. Looking back at this last year, daily actions, big and small, amounted to huge steps forward for some of the biggest conservation efforts in Oregon Wild’s history. From pushing for a historic expansion of river protections to defending our Climate Forests to advocating for imperiled wildlife, these are some of the campaigns that have grown with an everyday commitment from Oregon Wild members and supporters.

This Earth Day, we’re celebrating the work we do every day by participating in Earth Day Oregon, a statewide coalition of nonprofits and businesses that work together to inspire collective action and giving on Earth Day and beyond. These businesses have pledged to support and amplify Oregon Wild’s work, helping us achieve the greatest impact on our forests, rivers, and wildlife year-round. 

Whether it’s through food, art, community, or experiences, these businesses each have something special and sustainable to offer, from the values that guide their business, to how they positively engage with their communities. We are proud to partner with and highlight these businesses who also believe in making the world a better place for everyone and everything who calls it home. Read on to learn more about our awesome Earth Day business partners!

THE BARRELED BEE – Portland, ORThe Barreled Bee brings all the goodness of barrel-aging to honey. Founder and beekeeper Lee Hedgmon sources local honey varietals from all over the state and pairs them with spirit-flavored barrels from local distilleries. These delicious barrel-aged honeys showcase the diversity of crops in Oregon and the necessity of pollinators like honeybees in the agricultural system. Lee believes that Oregon Wild’s work to preserve Oregon’s wilderness and waterways is something that benefits all. This Earth Month, The Barreled Bee is supporting Oregon Wild with 15% of online and in-person sales.
BUMBLE & COTTON – Eugene, ORReady to swap single-use home goods with handmade and eco-friendly alternatives? Then Bumble & Cotton is the place for you! A one-woman show, Kat is committed to eco-consciousness at every level of business. Guided by her love of nature, Ket launched the eco-tee line, with a percentage of sales benefitting Oregon Wild and our work to protect all things wild and natural. 
HOPWORKS BREWERY – Portland, ORHopworks is a Certified B Corporation committed to locally sourced, organic, and Salmon-Safe hops. This year, Hopworks is part of the Earth to Beer, a national Earth Day beer campaign that makes a local impact. For E2B, Hopworks is brewing a West Coast IPA to benefit Oregon Wild. Find the special release IPA in stores across the NW all April long, and join the Earth to Beer Showcase on April 19 at Hopworks to check out seven other better-for-the-planet beers!
KPB DESIGNS – Eugene, ORExperience adventure, nature, and utter positivity through Karly’s creations. As the artist and businesswoman behind KPB Designs, Karly draws inspiration from the wonders around her, using watercolor illustrations to foster self-expression, positivity, and conversation. Karly is making an impact on Oregon’s special places and wildlife by creating a custom sticker with 100% profits benefiting Oregon Wild. Stickers will be available on her website for a limited time from April 22 to May 22. Time to make some room on your water bottle!
SCHILLING CIDER – Portland, ORHand-crafted in the PNW, Schilling Hard Cider uses 100% fresh-pressed apples and locally sourced ingredients to create a cider experience that’s truly unique. Throughout April, KEEP IT WILD with Schilling and grab an Excelsior Imperial Apple cider to make a difference! For every can or draft pour sold, Schilling is giving back 5% to our organization to support our efforts to protect Oregon’s old-growth forests and the immense climate benefits they provide. 
WILDWOOD CHOCOLATE – Portland, ORInspired by their favorite place, the Wildwood Trail in Portland, Wildwood Chocolate makes delicious and uniquely flavored gourmet chocolate and confections. By supporting Oregon Wild, they are hoping that everyone can access and enjoy nature that inspires them. In addition to making their own Earth Day donation to Oregon Wild, they are offering a special 30% discount to anyone who makes a $25 or more donation to Oregon Wild in the month of April. Email your donation receipt to Wildwood Chocolate to receive your discount code.
OREGON BREWSHED ALLIANCEGreat beer starts with clean water!And Oregon’s brewing community is showing its strong support for Senator Wyden’s River Democracy Act to protect 3,200 miles of Oregon’s waterways as federally-protected Wild & Scenic Rivers. To show their support for this historic proposal, Oregon Brewshed® Alliance partners are releasing Wild & Scenic Earth Day Collaboration Series beers during Earth Week in honor of their watersheds! Coleman Agriculture and Yakima Chief Hops have generously donated hops to participating breweries, who in turn, are brewing special beers to honor their respective brewsheds and raise awareness about the need to protect Oregon’s rivers.Participating breweries are pFriem Family Brewers, Sunriver Brewing, Deschutes Brewery, Cascade Lakes Brewing, Binary Brewing, and Leikam Brewing.

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