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Give Back Sale Fundraiser for Cascadia Wildlands!

Give Back Sale Fundraiser for Cascadia Wildlands!
This year we're thrilled to support Cascadia Wildlands for our annual Give Back Sale! Use code GIVE2022 for 20% off your order plus we'll donate 10% to Cascadia Wildlands through Monday, November 28th.
Cascadia Wildlands is a nonprofit conservation organization with a mission to defend and restore Cascadia’s wild ecosystems in the forests, in the courts, and in the streets. Based in Eugene, CW works hard to protect the environment across the Cascadia bioregion extending along the Pacific Coast from northern California to south-central Alaska. They have been integral to several important movements during our time in Southern Oregon and we are thrilled to support them this year.

 

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New Nail Polish Colors are Here!

New Nail Polish Colors are Here!
We have three fresh Autumn nail polish colors available from Death Valley Nails! Take a look at our new favorites: Sumac, Marigold and Toad!
Sumac Nail Polish from Death valley Nails
Sumac: an earthy shade of dusty rose.
Marigold Nail Polish from Death valley Nails
Marigold: a warm, rich sunflower yellow.
Toad Nail Polish from Death valley Nails
Toad: a subtle and deep sage green.
Here's a little more about Death Valley Nails in their own words:
Death Valley Nails creates products that are vegan, cruelty-free and nontoxic. These polishes are ten-free. Ten-free means that the polish base is formulated without formaldehyde, toluene DBP, camphor, formaldehyde resin, xylene, ethyl tosylamide, parabens, phthalates, or added fragrances. All of our products are made by hand, by us, in small batches. We are passionate about the creation of high-quality beauty products that are responsibly made.

Death Valley Nails gives a percentage of our profits to the Mojave Desert Land Trust, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation and Soul Fire Farm.

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Indigenous Peoples Day Fundraiser for NILI

Indigenous Peoples Day Fundraiser for NILI
Wild Rose is honoring Indigenous Peoples' Day by donating all of our retail revenue from this day, October 10th, to Northwest Indian Language Institute (NILI). As an added bonus, take 20% off your order with code SUPPORTNILI through midnight tonight!


Wild Rose has recently moved to the traditional lands of the Winefelly tribe of Kalapuya people near so-called Eugene, OR. This year we have decided to raise funds for NILI, a local nonprofit committed to the preservation of indigenous languages.

As with many other indigenous peoples of Oregon, Kalapuyans who survived the first wave of colonization were forcibly marched to either the Siletz or Grand Ronde reservations. Forced relocation was devastating to the numerous and diverse indigenous cultures of the Northwest. Representative of ongoing settler colonialism and indigenous genocide throughout North America, this method of colonization displaces people from their homelands and attempts to homogenize diverse cultures through erasure and integration. NILI's work is essential to revitalizing the many indigenous languages and cultures nearly lost to colonization.

"NILI supports and strengthens language preservation and revitalization efforts.  With tribal, academic and community partners, NILI establishes  collaborative, on-going projects which meet the specific needs and desires of each language community. Integral to NILI are teacher training, curriculum development, language documentation and appropriate uses in technology. NILI provides outreach services on issues of language endangerment and advocates for language revitalization issues." -NILI

We are grateful for the opportunity to support NILI's crucial work to strengthen and revitalize indigenous languages. NILI started at the University of Oregon as the result of requests for native language teachers. Today the project has grown to address the critical language preservation needs of indigenous peoples worldwide.

 "NILI serves the UO, the Northwest and tribal communities nation wide. It works with tribal partners in many areas including curriculum design, distance learning and materials development while simultaneously meeting the articulated needs of tribal communities. NILI is among a handful of programs that plays a role in attracting, retaining and educating indigenous students at UO. NILI is an established program that directly supports indigenous students and their communities. It meets multiple UO goals. It supports: 1) graduate and undergraduate education; 2) diversity; and 3) external relationships with tribal communities." -NILI

Please join us in honoring Indigenous Peoples' Day and enjoy 20% off your purchase with code SUPPORTNILI through midnight, PST tonight!

(main image created by NACDI)

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We're Moving! Help us lighten the load with 20% off for Solstice!

We're Moving! Help us lighten the load with 20% off for Solstice!
We're thrilled to announce that we're moving the entire Wild Rose operation to Eugene! To celebrate (and help lighten our moving load) take 20% off using code SOLTICE2022 through June 20th! Plus, all orders over $25 will receive a free Vegan New Moon Massage Balm!
We're so excited to share our new space and expand in a community that is already home to so many customers and wholesale clients. We will have slower than normal processing times during this move and appreciate your patience. Keep an eye on the site and social media for updated processing info.
Here's to new things! Change is the only constant!

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