Cascadian Farm, a leader in the organic food industry, recently launched its “Change Flows” initiative, asking Americans to join the company in an effort to restore and preserve our valuable rivers. How can you help the initiative?

  • From now through April 30, consumers can help make “Change Flow” by visiting www.CascadianFarm.com to “like” the U.S. region they think is most deserving of a river cleanup.
  • The region with the most “likes” will receive a river cleanup sponsored by Cascadian Farm, in celebration of the company’s dedication to sustainability.
  • Cascadian Farm is contributing $50,000 to American Rivers, a non-profit committed to restoring and preserving our country’s water sources.
  • A pioneer in converting conventional farms to organic, Cascadian Farm understands how precious water is to life, vitality and growth.

To encourage support for clean water, Cascadian Farm is offering one Tiny Green Mom reader a package of Cascadian Farm cereal and a water bottle! From April 15th – April 30th, you can enter to win daily on Tiny Green Mom!

First, visit www.CascadianFarm.com to “like” the U.S. region that you think is most deserving of a river cleanup.

To obtain extra entries:

Follow Tiny Green Mom on Twitter.

Share your favorite memory of being at a river or stream.

Blog about this giveaway. You must have a link to this giveaway in your blog post. Please leave a comment with the link to your blog post.

The Cascadian Farm ‘Change Flows’ Giveaway ends on April 30th, 2011 and is open to the US only. Please leave your email address in each comment, and make sure to leave a separate comment for every each and every entry that you make so that they will count for you!

Thank you! “Mom” at Tiny Green Mom can’t wait to announce the winner of this fabulous giveaway!

*Image and giveaway courtesy of Cascadian Farm.*

23 replies
  1. Alicia Webster
    Alicia Webster says:

    I grew up in the mountains and so there were plenty of both rivers and streams, but my favorite memory was of hiking in Yosemite with my dad, and trying to cross a river that was flowing too fast, and being swept away temporarily. Or maybe that is my least favorite memory 🙂
    Alicia Webster
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  2. betsy
    betsy says:

    I love the beautiful rivers that I have had the pleasure to play in Montana and Alaska, but voted for the South East because after last years oil spill it could use a little extra love.

  3. Richard T.
    Richard T. says:

    When I was a kid and loved fishing, I remember going to the Hudson River and being told I couldn’t fish and eat the fish because of pollution (PCBs).

  4. tina page
    tina page says:

    I voted for the Great Lakes because we live near Lake Erie and it needs some serious love and attention!

  5. tina page
    tina page says:

    My most interesting river story takes place in Costa Rica. I lived there for a year and made cheese to make money. One hot day after walking a couple of km to pick up some fresh milk from a farmer down the way I decided to walk home through the river because it was so hot. I took a wrong branch of the water and ended up quite lost…but it was lovely and I saw my first jesus lizard that day! It was frightening but beautiful. I saw all kinds of neat animals lost in a river in the rainforest!

  6. elka
    elka says:

    This river memory is an easy one for me. I grew up in a lazy little village of about 400 people, we had a ferry boat on cable system that would taxi people across the river to the neighboring town.I lived only 2 blocks from the ferry itself.The river was 1 block away and I could watch the paddle wheel boats go up and down the river while sitting on the front cement porch. I have fond memories of all the times I watched the ferry in action along with my mother taking me on it and us going across the river to buy groceries at a store there. To a kid 7 yrs old it’s pretty amazing and fascinating for sure!

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