Our Community Work is Our Pulse
Our community is important to us. We cannot begin to acknowledge all the individuals, community groups and other businesses that helped us turn our dream into Colorado’s largest all-cider taproom. We love being in Longmont, Colorado, a special corner of the world full of people doing all they can to ensure everyone is successful. As they say, rising water raises all the ships. We feel that and so this month we are giving a shout out to a few of our most cherished local partnerships. Having a taproom where people can come and fall in love with cider is our passion but our community work is our pulse.
Dean Landi, Co-Founder and President
Dean wants the world to know about the work of Jon Mullen, a Boulder-based photographer. Not only does Jon photograph the beautiful, wild places of Colorado, he works to preserve them. In support of the non-profit organizations working to protect Colorado’s places, Jon created a first-of-its-kind conservation stock library. Dedicated to lesser-photographed locations with active conservation campaigns, the library provides these groups with free access to powerful visuals to help raise public awareness.
On August 8that 6PM, Jon and his team invite you to the CORE Act Edition Premiere Party at Jon Mullen Gallery, 1727 Pearl Street in Boulder. A celebration to unveil never-before-seen images from areas in the Colorado Outdoor Recreation and Economy (CORE) Act. A bill steadily moving towards protecting 400,000 acres of public lands in Colorado.
Dean, a former fisheries biologist, renewable energy worker, hiker, cyclist, and all around nature-lover, supports all that can be done for Colorado’s wilderness. He reiterates:
“it’s very exciting to see the state of Colorado moving forward with protecting more wildlife lands. There can never be enough protected land for wildlife and recreation.”
Find Dean offering cider tastings at the event and sample award-winning ciders like Dry Ginger, Pink Guava and Dry Chokeberry.
Cindy Landi, Co-Founder and CEO
Cindy wants to recognize the work of the Davis Phinney Foundation (DPF), helping people with Parkinson’s disease live well today. They provide information, tools and inspiration to help improve the quality of lives of those living with Parkinson’s. And until there is a cure, they fund early-phase, innovative research.
Cindy worked with the talented team that is the Davis Phinney Foundation for 6 years;
“The people I worked with during my time at DPF are some of the most inspiring, talented, and courageous folks I have ever had the pleasure of meeting; many of which I still have a very close relationship.”
If you know someone touched by Parkinson’s, the Every Victory Counts is a must have tool. People living with Parkinson’s, their care partners and families and friends of those living with Parkinson’s want reliable and practical information that inspires action to improve their quality of life today and every day. The Every Victory Counts® manual—and its companion website—is the gold standard resource to help you live well with Parkinson’s and achieve your personal wellness goals.
For more information or do help support the incredible work this team does, visit: www.davisphinneyfoundation.org