Charity of the Month – Rocky Mountain Flycasters

Odell Outreach and our Charity of the Month Program

Charity of the Month: Rocky Mountain Flycasters (our local Trout Unlimited chapter)

Trout Unlimited

(Photo credit: Trout Unlimited)

Trout Unlimited is not just a bunch of fly fisherman hoping to get lucky in the river! They are thoughtful members of our community whose mission is to conserve and protect the rivers and water that provide us with fish, recreation and of course, beer! We are so proud to host these fine folks in our tap room this month and encourage you to join us in celebrating their efforts during our public fly fishing event on Sunday, April 17 in our tap room. For the entire day (11-6) we will have family-fun activities for fisher-people young and old and a delicious beer on draft that our friends at St. Pete’s fly shop brewed with our amazing team called “Hoppa Droppa Pale Ale.” $1 from every pint sold that day will benefit Rocky Mountain Flycasters and their incredible work on the Cache La Poudre and Big Thompson Rivers. They have moved beyond the fire and flood mitigation of the past few years onto the task of prevention and are honing their skills in these precious places to preserve them for decades to come. For more information on the party here at the brewery please visit: http://www.rockymtnflycasters.org/cal/gfx/20160417odellposter.pdf

To read about projects and how YOU can help (please let them know you saw it here) visit here: http://www.rockymtnflycasters.org/chapter.php

To make a donation, please visit here: http://www.rockymtnflycasters.org/articles/donate.php

For more information, you can reach out to Karla Baise at karla@odellbrewing.com

Tip Jar: Colorado Conservation Exchange

Conservation Colorado

(Photo credit: Collaborative Conservation)

The Colorado Conservation Exchange was created “to create a watershed investment fund through which community members support land stewards who conserve and enhance nature’s ability to provide clean and abundant water, healthy food, productive soils, carbon storage, wildlife habitat, and inspiring open spaces for all community members to enjoy.” They aim to connect committed agencies with the funding that they need to complete projects that carry out this mission. We are proud to host them in our tap room this month and encourage them in their mission to better our greater environment through educated and thoughtful use of resources.

You can learn more here: http://www.collaborativeconservation.org/colorado-conservation-exchange

Raising one for our community,

Karla Baise, Community Outreach Coordinator

Categories: Odell Outreach