UPPER WILLAMETTE STEWARDSHIP NETWORk

Aerial photo of Snag Boat Bend on the main stem of the Willamette River during last springs high water.

Aerial photo of Snag Boat Bend on the main stem of the Willamette River during last springs high water.

In the past, WildCraft Cider Works has directed proceeds from our Community Cider Series to local habitat preservation non-profits such as the Long Tom Watershed Council, Friends of Buford Park & Mt. Pisgah, and the McKenzie River Trust. In recent years, these non-profits teamed up with other conservation non-profits forming the Upper Willamette Stewardship Network (UWSN), to work together with communities to care for land and water in the Upper Willamette basin through programs, such as youth education. Moving forward, WildCraft Cider Works is overjoyed to direct proceeds to the UWSN, strengthening our community impact towards conservation, habitat restoration, land preservation, and stewardship.

 
 

community cider series release!

We invite you to celebrate our release of Wild & Scenic Community Cider, 1-year aged cider made purely of apples from 2018’s Community Apple Drive harvest.

Promoting the 2019 Eugene Wild & Scenic Film Festival, playing at the McDonald Theater in Eugene, OR on Thursday, November 14 2019. Tickets on sale now.

Presented by the Upper Willamette Stewardship Network, the 2019 Eugene Wild & Scenic Film Festival will raise money for education in the Upper Willamette watershed, helping offer youth hands-on outdoors education experiences such as Salmon Watch field trips, riparian ecology lessons, and the Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) internship program for Native American youth.

 
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