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Creating Global Change on Earth Day – Join the movement with Eddyline

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Earth Day originated during the height of the hippie and flower child movement in the 1970’s where it capitalized on the emerging consciousness channeling the energy of the anti-war protest movement and putting environmentally concerns front and center.

Earth Day 1970 created synergy between rare political alignments enlisting support from Republicans and Democrats, rich and poor, city slickers and farmers, tycoons and labor leaders. The nation was joining forces to create global change and awareness to protect and preserve Mother Earth. Just in the first year, this movement lead to the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Clean Air, Clean Water and Endangered Species Acts. 

Our World will continue to ebb and flow but we have the ability to make a conscious effort to protect our land, water and air!

Eddyline’s Global Impact 

Both Eddyline Restaurant and Brewery have sustainability best practices enforced to protect our environment from unnecessary waste and we support organizations that are driving local and global change.

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Beers for Any Adventure

Eddyline Brewery is a strong proponent of canned beers over bottles for these major reasons!

  1. Better for the Environment. Canned brews have a much smaller environmental impact. According to Novelis, “Currently, approximately 75% of all aluminum ever produced is still in use, a testament to its long life cycle and infinitely recyclable nature.”
  2. Freshness. Better ability to preserve the quality of the beer protecting it from light and oxygen. 
  3. Easily Transportable. Suitable to be enjoyed in an outdoor environment and easily transportable in your backpack, kayak or bike cage without adding much extra weight.

Food for Any Appetite

Eddyline Restaurant is extremely conscious of using local whole foods by supporting local farmers and ranchers in our area. By doing so, these relationship fortifies the economic strength of the community, allowing Eddyline to maintain control of its ingredient pathways, and fosters strong ties within the community by raising awareness about products produced locally. At Eddyline, we know where are food comes from! 

 

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