Earth Day 2018: Surfrider Locust Beach Cleanup

By Julie Fish, Sustainability Coordinator

Photo Courtesy of Ashlon Durham

Photo Courtesy of Ashlon Durham

Since 1970, each year on April 22nd, Earth Day causes individuals to confront their negative environmental impact by rallying together in unprecedented sizes. Whether it’s cleaning up streets and beaches, planting seeds and trees, or protesting in favor of the environment, humanity particularly shines on this day.

In Bellingham, we welcome you to celebrate Earth Day by joining us for the Surfrider Foundation’s Locust Beach Cleanup from 4-6pm. Kombucha Town is thrilled to partake in the event by offering draft kombucha pours throughout the evening. All we ask is for patrons to remember to bring a reusable cup in an effort to eliminate single use plastic. All are welcome and we look forward to seeing your smiling faces this Earth Day! Stay tuned for future beach clean up collaborations.

Additionally, we are pleased to announce that the Culture Cafe at Kombucha Town is an official Ocean Friendly Restaurant, a Surfrider Foundation initiative that pledges restaurants to implement several sustainable practices such as offering only reusable tableware and vegetarian options, as well as ‘Best Choice’ seafood, amongst others.

From all of us at Kombucha Town, happy Earth Day!