CPAWS: Sustainable Forest Management Program
Banded Peak Brewing June Community Pint: Guavamorphology & CPAWS: Sustainable Forest Management Program
$1 from every sale of Guavamorphology in the Banded Peak Taproom in the month of June will be donated to CPAWS and their Sustainable Forest Management Program.
CPAWS is a non-profit conservation organization working to promote thriving, healthy, and diverse lands and waters in Alberta. Since 1967, CPAWS Southern Alberta Chapter has led conservation efforts to protect areas in Banff National Park, Kananaskis, the Whaleback, and the Castle. The Southern Alberta Chapter is also a leader in environmental education, offering award-winning programs to help build the next generation of environmental stewards.
They're committed to safeguarding, connecting, and expanding Alberta's parks and wilderness through education, engagement, and collaboration with Albertans of all backgrounds.
About The Sustainable Forest Management Program
The Sustainable Forest Management Program was created to bring awareness and protect diverse forests. From Red Deer River along the Rocky Mountain Front to the Canadian border with Montana, the forests of the Southern Eastern Slopes offer more than just beautiful views. At first glance, you may look at the forests in Alberta’s foothills and see an endless expanse of trees. But behind the scenes, a complicated harmony of ecological processes is taking place, connecting the diversity of life found within, which are key for maintaining healthy forests. Healthy forests help connect wildlife, support healthy watersheds, fight against climate change, and provide us with a multitude of recreational opportunities.
Alberta Forests give us so much, so we must become effective forest stewards to help them thrive. Learn more about how you can become a forest steward.
WE DONATED $179 FROM THE SALE OF GUAVAMORPHOLOGY PINTS IN THE BANDED TAPROOM IN JUNE TO CPAWS & THEIR SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT PROGRAM!