Thank you to our Sponsors
Business sponsorships range from $250 - $1,500 a year. Please email if you would like more information.
Icicle Brewing Company is our "Emerald level" sponsor. They are a member of One Percent for the Planet. They recognize their responsibility for our planet and are committed to creating a positive impact. Because of this, they donate 1% of their wholesale sales to non-profits like Sustainable NCW that are focused on environmental issues.
Wenatchee Valley Massage Clinic is located in the Morris Building in historic downtown Wenatchee. Owner Ryan Edwards has been a sponsor of Sustainable NCW since 2020.
Winton MFG is a commercial composting facility just outside of Leavenworth, WA. The facility uses state of the art technology to turn food and yard waste into compost full of microbes and nutrients. The composting process uses passive static aerated piles covered in a gore membrane to eliminate groundwater and olfactory contamination, using a closed loop system. The process of turning green and brown waste into compost takes about 30 days and greatly reduces methane production that is seen at landfills.
Wild Birds Unlimited brings people and nature together with bird feeding, nature products, expert advice, and educational events.
CMI Orchards is one of the largest growers of conventional and organic apples, pears and cherries in Washington state. Founded in 1989, CMI’s ownership group includes five generations of families who have been growing tree fruit in the Valley for more than 100 years. CMI incorporates many key sustainability practices that keeps orchards healthy and operating ethically, environmentally-consciously and sustainably for future generations. CMI is working towards building a model for carbon negative tree fruit.
Icicle Fund is rooted in the belief that strong connections of people to place are built and nurtured through artistic expression, imagination, understanding of the past, experience in nature, and care for wildlife and natural landscapes. Since its 1998 founding by Harriet Bullitt, Icicle Fund has invested more than $45 million in over 100 nonprofits that support the environment, the arts, and history in NCW.