Woodchuck Hard Cider Partners with American Forests and Vermont Tree Fruit Growers Association

Over the last three years Woodchuck Hard Cider has planted more than 34,000 trees in areas devastated by natural disaster across the country.  Woodchuck again planted one tree through the American Forests Global ReLeaf program for every new Facebook ‘Like’ or e-newsletter sign up they received between April 17th and April 23rd, 2013.

In addition, Woodchuck  gave one dollar per ‘Like’ and e-newsletter sign up to the Vermont Tree Fruit Growers Association.  The association works to aid and assist Vermont’s apple growers.  Current efforts are focused on helping growers diversify their crop to include more apples for cider production.

“Environmental stewardship and supporting the local agriculture economy are two missions we believe in,” said Woodchuck President and CEO Bret Williams.

 

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