Business Partners

A sustainable planet is essential to sustainable business. That's why more and more companies are actively investing in Cascadia Wildlands. Business support saves wild places from imminent destruction and wildlife from extinction. Please join us in thanking and patronizing the visionary businesses that have recently supported our work with generous cash contributions, event sponsorship, significant in-kind donations, or have just been there to support us in other ways for quite some time:

Business Champions ($10,000+)

Mountain Rose Herbs (our Featured Business Partner! and Wonderland Auction Sponsor)

Business Champions ($5,000-9,999)

Ninkasi Brewing Company



Business Partners ($2,500 to $4,999)

Tactics Board Shop


Business Sustainers ($1,000 to $2,499)

Bullock Building and Development, LLC

Medicine Flower

         Opine Cellars

Pivot Architecture

River Jewelry


Business Friends ($250 to $999)

Backcountry Gear, Ltd.

Back to the Roots Landscaping

         Cameron and Company

Coconut Bliss

Capella Market

Emerald Valley Kitchen

Eugene Weekly

         Falling Sky Brewing

Green Solutions Printing

         Horton Road Organics

         Oakshire Brewing

Paul's Bicycle Way of Life

Pacific Tree Climbing Institute

Pizza Research Institute

Ring of Fire

Southern Explorations

Sperry Tree Care

           University of Oregon Outdoor Program

         WildCraft Cider Works


In addition, hundreds of businesses contribute in-kind goods and services to support Cascadia Wildlands, especially through our annual Wonderland Auction and our Hoedown for Cascadia's Ancient Forests. One business stands out, in particular, for the significance of their in-kind auction support over the years:

            Discovery Voyages

Please support these businesses, and be sure to mention how much you appreciate their support of Cascadia Wildlands!
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