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Indigenous Peoples Day Sale & Fundraiser for CTLR!

Indigenous Peoples Day Sale & Fundraiser for CTLR!
Wild Rose is honoring Indigenous Peoples' Day by donating all of our retail revenue from this day, October 11th, to The Confederated Tribes of the Lower Rogue (CTLR). As an added bonus, take 20% off your order with code SUPPORTCTLR through midnight tonight!

Wild Rose is operated on a small parcel of land on occupied Lower Takelma Territory, one of the tribes represented by CTLR.
"The Confederated Tribes of the Lower Rogue (CTLR) encompasses the Chetco, Tututni, Shasta Costa and Takelma Tribes of Indians that became a community after the Rogue River War of 1856 along the southwest coast of Oregon primarily in Curry County. We are in the process of restoring the status of our sovereignty that we previously held with the United States. A political status we long held before being terminated along with 60 other tribes in Oregon by the devastating August 13,1954 Termination Act."  - CTLR
Our local history is scarred by the brutal Rogue River Indian Wars - a calculated plan by the US Military to exterminate or remove all Indigenous Peoples living in the gold-filled valleys of Southern Oregon. Survivors were forcibly marched to the Siletz/Grand Ronde Reservation 200 miles away.
"The US troops performed numerous “sweeps” through our aboriginal lands looking for escapees, many did not survive. Our ancestors either did not go to the reservation or escaped after such a short time they were never counted and returned to our aboriginal homeland to find refuge up the Rogue and Chetco Rivers where they remain today." - CTLR
Despite these attempts to erase their culture, The Confederated Tribes of the Lower Rogue was established in 1996 by the descendants of those who escaped forced removal and returned to their ancestral lands. Now CTLR is working towards restoring their status of federal recognition.
"Federal recognition affords Tribes rights guarantied under Treaties with the United States. Curry County is currently considered a distressed county, with a 13% poverty rate and an 11% unemployment rate and with average population over 50 years old. The Confederated Tribes of the Lower Rogue plan to pursue a pro-active agenda with strategic partnerships with local, county, and state agencies benefiting our members and the communities with out draining valuable resources from the County and State. Our plans are to create sustainable employment opportunities, without the need of a casino for members and the communities through the building and staffing of our projects. As our history has proven, we will be here for our members and communities for support for generations to come." - CTLR

We are grateful for this opportunity to support this important campaign by donating today's retail revenue to CTLR. Please join us in honoring Indigenous Peoples' Day by sharing this story and enjoy 20% off your purchase with code SUPPORTCTLR through midnight, PST!

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Note: This blog was originally published on October 10th, 2016 and has been updated for our current fundraiser.

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May Day Sale + Benefit for Unete!

May Day Sale + Benefit for Unete!
Through May 5th, take 20% off your entire order using code MAYDAY2019! Plus, we'll donate 20% of our total sales through the 5th to Unete!
Unete Center for Farm Worker Advocacy
NOWIA Unete, Center for Farm Worker Advocacy which began in 1996, is a movement of farm workers and immigrants that strives to empower and enrich the lives of both groups through education, cultural presentations, advocacy, representation in issues that affect their lives and organizing to defend immigrant rights.  UNETE formed due to the need for farm worker representation in legislative actions which would have excluded them from state minimum wage requirements and from their rights to file grievances related to labor violations.  Unete’s goals include working towards:
  1. Organizing the farm workers and Latino immigrants in the Rogue Valley.
  2. Educating the farm workers and Latino immigrants to advocate for themselves by offering  leadership training and building leadership capacity.
  3. Building a strong immigrant’s rights movement.
  4. Building community support for farm worker
    and Latino issues.
  5. Build appreciation and understanding of Latino and indigenous American cultures and traditions.
May Day
The Rogue Valley is a unique agriculture community centered around small farms dependent on Latino immigrant labor. The struggles for worker + immigrant rights is so vital to our local community here in Southern Oregon and in all farming communities.
Help us celebrate May Day by honoring historic labor struggles and supporting current movements for labor rights!
May Day 1913
Strikers in New York City's Union Square on May Day 1913. Library of Congress

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Wild Rose 8 Year Anniversary + Sale!

Wild Rose 8 Year Anniversary + Sale!
We're thrilled to celebrate 8 years of Wild Rose! Use code HAPPYHAPPY8 at checkout for 25% off your entire order through March 6th!
It's hard to believe Wild Rose is already turning 8. Today we're feeling extremely grateful for our customers and for the opportunity to offer our products to the world. This past year we've seen the expansion of our Wild Man beard care line to include all products/scents and the elimination of plastic bottles. In our ninth year, we plan to work hard to further eliminate plastic packaging from our product lines and reveal a few new products we've been experimenting with. We'd like to thank you for joining us this far and hope you stick around for another year of Wild Rose!

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May Day Sale + Benefit for Unete

May Day Sale + Benefit for Unete
Through May 2nd, take 20% off your entire order using code MAYDAY2017! Plus, we'll donate 20% of our total sales through the 2nd to Unete!
Unete
NOWIA Unete, Center for Farm Worker Advocacy which began in 1996, is a movement of farm workers and immigrants that strives to empower and enrich the lives of both groups through education, cultural presentations, advocacy, representation in issues that affect their lives and organizing to defend immigrant rights.  UNETE formed due to the need for farm worker representation in legislative actions which would have excluded them from state minimum wage requirements and from their rights to file grievances related to labor violations.  Unete’s goals include working towards:
  1. Organizing the farm workers and Latino immigrants in the Rogue Valley.
  2. Educating the farm workers and Latino immigrants to advocate for themselves by offering  leadership training and building leadership capacity.
  3. Building a strong immigrant’s rights movement.
  4. Building community support for farm worker
    and Latino issues.
  5. Build appreciation and understanding of Latino and indigenous American cultures and traditions.
May Day
The Rogue Valley is a unique agriculture community centered around small farms dependent on Latino immigrant labor. The struggles for worker + immigrant rights is so vital to our local community here in Southern Oregon and in all farming communities.
Help us celebrate May Day by honoring historic labor struggles and supporting current movements for labor rights!
May Day 1913
Strikers in New York City's Union Square on May Day 1913. Library of Congress

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SPRING CLEARANCE! Save up to 40%!

SPRING CLEARANCE! Save up to 40%!
We're making room for some exciting new products, so we've put a selection of items on sale while supplies last!
Clarity Purifying Facial Mask for acne-prone skin
All small jars of our botanical facial masks are 40% off as we're eliminating this size. But don't worry! We're keeping our mask sampler set.
Dusk Soothing Aromatherapy Spray
All Aromatherapy Spray are also 40% off as we make room for a brand new scent series. A few of your old favorites will stay the same, but we are eliminating some scents as well. If you're partial to one of these sprays, now is the time to stock up!
Windfall Beard Oil from Wild Man
It's time again to temporarily say goodbye to our Limited Edition beard oil scents. All of these scents will return in September, but take advantage of the low price now if there's one you simply can't live without.
Refresh Stimulating Skin Care Gift Set
And finally, we ended up with a few extra Refresh Stimulating Skin Care Gift Sets over the holidays so we've included them in the sale as well. Grab one of these sets for yourself or as a gift for just $12.00 while supplies last!
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