The Odwalla Plant a Tree program allows people to donate trees, free of charge, to local State Park systems
Virginia residents don’t need to get down and dirty this summer to plant trees in our state parks. With the ease of a mouse click, the Odwalla Plant a Tree program allows you to donate a tree to our state park system.
Visitors can direct the Odwalla donation by choosing Virginia. No contribution or registration is required.
Odwalla is donating $100,000 worth of trees to be planted in state parks in California, New York, Florida, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Utah, Ohio, Texas, Maryland, Michigan and Virginia. The trees will be used to support Virginia State Parks as wildlife habitat and to replace trees lost from storm and insect damage.
“The Odwalla Plant a Tree program is part of our commitment to respecting the earth and nourishing the body, mind and spirit,” said Chris Brandt, Odwalla vice president of marketing. “We know that outdoor activities are very important to Odwalla consumers. The Plant a Tree program allows us to support something we all believe in — a healthy environment for generations to come.”
The Odwalla Plant a Tree program runs from Memorial Day (May 25, 2009) through December 31, 2009. The species of trees donated will vary by region and will be planted in fall 2009 and early 2010.
Odwalla, Inc., the nation’s leading natural health beverage company, delivers nourishment coast to coast with the Odwalla family of juices, juice drinks, soy beverages and nourishing food bars. Odwalla has been making juices and innovating in the natural health beverage category for more than 25 years. Its nourishing beverages and food bars are available in natural food stores, select supermarkets and specialty outlets throughout the country.
To learn more about Odwalla products and Odwalla’s commitment to the environment, please visit www.Odwalla.com or call 1.800.ODWALLA. Also follow Odwalla on facebook and twitter.
Thanks to our partner Government Solutions Group for their efforts to coordinate corporate partnerships like this one that benefit our Virginia State Parks. We will be receiving our new Welcome Kits, another fruit of this partnership, soon.