Operation Appleseed

OPERATION JOHNNY APPLESEED – WE CAN, AND WE WILL, DO THIS!

Catastrophic wildfires destroyed millions of acres of Oregon forests. These unnatural fires left hostile conditions for forest regeneration and deprived us of the ability to counteract climate-changing carbon. If our forests can’t grow back on their own, it’s on us to give them the push they need. The importance of working to restore the forests and plant trees in Oregon cannot be overstated. Operation Appleseed can bring the community together while restoring our natural resource for the benefit of the earth.

PLANTING TREES IN OREGON

Over a cold Worthy beer, we discussed a Worthy Garden Club initiative with the Governor to plant a million trees on Oregon burned lands, accelerating the restoration of habitat and putting these lands back into action as carbon sequestering, growing forests. The Governor liked our plan, noting that it was similar to what was done after the catastrophic Tillamook Burn over 80 years ago when school kids and volunteers went out and planted trees, restoring the charred landscape. The next step is to take action. It is our responsibility to roll up our sleeves and give back to the earth that gives so much to us. Planting trees in Oregon forests to counteract the negative effects of the widespread fires is a simple and effective way to do so. Worthy Brewing wants to bring the community together to make a positive impact on our environment. We hope you’ll work with us to restore Oregon forests to their natural glory! Let’s hop to it!

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2 Week Closure

We are doing our best to mitigate any safety concerns due to Covid 19. Due to the Governor mandated 2-week freeze, both the Eastside Pub and Downtown Taps and Tacos locations will be closed temporarily. We will be selling beer-to-go as well as new winter merchandise and gift cards through the link below: