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Letter: Support your public lands while you shop

Did you know that Wilderness Workshop runs free backcountry hikes all summer? Our summer hike series is one of many ways that we celebrate the beauty of our wild places and encourage their continued protection. And with your help, we can keep this programming free! This spring and summer, Wilderness Workshop is thrilled to be a recipient of our local Whole Foods’ “Your Change Creates Change” program. Now through July 5, for every reusable bag that you bring to Whole Foods Roaring Fork, you will receive a bag credit that you can donate to Wilderness Workshop. Your bag-credit donation will support our public-lands advocacy, education and outreach work, including our free summer hike series. Please consider supporting Wilderness Workshop when you shop, and join us this summer for a hike!

Lindsey Palardy

Development and communications director, Wilderness Workshop

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