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Sponsorship: Help make the 2009 Greenway Sojourn a reality. Download and share information on how to become a sponsor.

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When: July 22-26, 2009
Where: See a map of the route
More Details: Download and share a 2009 Greenway Sojourn informational brochure or read more online.

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2009 Greenway Sojourn Sponsors and Partners:

This year's 200-mile trek along the Pine Creek Rail Trail from Williamsport to Wellsboro, Pennsylvania and back is possible because of the help of our sponsors and partners.

Fetzer is not only committed to making outstanding wines, but to doing so in a sustainable, responsible way. At Fetzer, sustainability is a way of life and the cornerstone of all business practices. It not only makes us better stewards of the land and better winemakers, it makes us better neighbors and better members of the community. We know that by making our wines in a natural and responsible way we can continue to make them for generations to come. We also believe our earth-friendly practices are not only good for the planet and our neighbors, but they produce healthier vines and richer, more flavorful wines. As good for the planet as it is on the palate we can all toast to that!

The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources works to maintain, improve and preserve state parks; to manage state forest lands; and to administer grant and technical assistance programs to benefit rivers conservation, trails and greenways, local recreation, regional heritage conservation and environmental education programs across Pennsylvania.

Food Routes Network (FRN) is a national nonprofit organization that provides communications tools, technical support, networking and information resources to organizations nationwide that are working to rebuild local, community-based food systems. FRN is dedicated to reintroducing Americans to their food – the seeds it grows from, the farmers who produce it, and the routes that carry it from the fields to their tables.
 
 

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