Oregon’s Wild Harvest Celebrates 25th Anniversary with Donation to The Climate Collaborative

March 5th 2019

A Portion of Every Biodynamic® Herbal Tonic Sold Will Support the Nonprofit’s Work to Reverse Climate Change

REDMOND, Ore. – March 1, 2019 – Oregon’s Wild Harvest, a leading grower and manufacturer of certified organic and Biodynamic herbal supplements, is celebrating 25 years of healing people and the planet by supporting the Climate Collaborative’s efforts to help reverse climate change.

For every bottle of Oregon’s Wild Harvest Demeter Certified Biodynamic® herbal tonic sold, 25-cents will be donated to the nonprofit Climate Collaborative. Each tonic is made with herbs grown on the company’s farm with regenerative practices, which pulls more carbon into the soil than is released into the atmosphere.

The Climate Collaborative launched in 2017 from a belief shared by Oregon’s Wild Harvest and hundreds of other natural food leaders that our industry has great potential to boldly reverse climate change by working together.

“As we celebrate our 25th year in business, our family-owned and operated company remains committed, now more than ever before, to the values and integrity that we instilled back in 1994, which include farming like our future depends on it and cultivating herbal medicine for people of today and future generations,” said Oregon’s Wild Harvest Co-founder and Chief Visionary Officer Randy Buresh, R.N. “In addition to our dedication to organic and Biodynamic practices, we are working to reduce our environmental impact by discontinuing the use of plastic packaging and sourcing green power for our facility.”

“Everyone has a role to play in helping save our planet—as customers, as employees, as citizens,” said Erin Callahan, executive director of the Climate Collaborative. “We are so grateful that Oregon’s Wild Harvest and its customers are partnering with us to support the food industry in combatting climate change.”

The company’s Climate Collaborative fundraising pledge begins on March 1 and continues for 12-months. The award-winning biodynamic herbal tonics are sold in natural food stores and co-ops nationwide, and on the company’s website.

 About Oregon’s Wild Harvest

Founded in 1994 by the husband and wife team of Randy Buresh and Pam Martin-Buresh, Oregon’s Wild Harvest has grown into a national herbal supplement company headquartered in Redmond, Ore. With a dedication to certified organic and Biodynamic farming and operations, and the health of people of all ages at heart, the company is committed to growing and sourcing the very highest quality ingredients, which are tested for optimum potency and minimally processed, the way nature intended. Discover more at oregonswildharvest.com, on Facebook @oregonswildharvest and @oregonswildharvest on Instagram.

 About the Climate Collaborative

The Climate Collaborative is a project of OSC2 and SFTA to catalyze bold climate action among natural products companies. The Climate Collaborative brings manufacturers, retailers, brokers, distributors and suppliers together to build existing climate solutions to scale and to find innovative, new ways to help reverse climate change. Follow the Climate Collaborative on Facebook @climatecollab and @ClimateColl on Twitter.

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