Breweries ask customers to drink a beer and help save Oregon farmland

The Oregon Agricultural Trust campaign launches October 10. Participating locations will make their own Oregon-sourced beer or cider and donate a portion of sales.

PORTLAND, Oregon — Drinking a beer and helping save some farmland in Oregon—that’s the pitch of the campaign called Cheers to the Land.

For the second year in a row, the nonprofit Oregon Agriculture Trust is collaborating with 18 different breweries and cideries across the state. 

All with a similar goal: to protect Oregon farmlands from developers and help farmers with succession plans for the future generation of farmers. 

“Farming in this country is the backbone of our

→ Continue reading at KGW TV

Related articles


Share article

Latest articles