EVERBEAR.blog - Week 2 - Trip Announcement - Introducing EVERBEAR Expeditions

EVERBEAR ICON - Yellowstone National Park

Week 2 (and a day)

This is being published on Wednesday, despite my effort to post every Tuesday. I know I’m not alone in experiencing the chaos that December can be. This week/weekend was especially challenging. Without going into too much detail, let’s just say it involves a last minute rental of a 17′ Uhaul and cold hands at 2 AM. Thank you for your patience and I assure you, this will be a top priority moving forward. Moving on!

EVERBEAR goes up the country*

In our mission statement, we express our love for and commitment to bears species. Our vocation was born from an overall compassion for animals, love of the outdoors, connection with our planet, and desire to live with purpose. It is for these reasons why we will be planning ongoing expeditions to visit the sanctuaries and conservation areas that share similar ideals and have dedicated their existence toward a cause that adds value to the world in which we live.

So (drumroll please), our first adventure will be to Yellowstone National Park where we’ll visit the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center (West Yellowstone – Montana), Yellowstone Bear World (Rexburg – Idaho), Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary (McCall, Idaho).

What we're hoping to accomplish:

Through our expeditions and documentation thereof we hope to:

  • Establish productive relationships
  • Increase exposure
  • Raise awareness
  • Educate on sustainable and positive-impact tourism
  • Contribute financially
  • Enable others to get involved from a distance and through volunteer work
  • But most of all to empower the world to create positive change in their life to decrease our effect on bears, their habitats, all wildlife and our planet.

Have any advice?

Can you think of a wildlife sanctuary that could use our help? Do you have other miscellaneous feedback? Email us at admin@everbearbrand.com.

*"Going up the country is a segment from the UtahUnfiltered.com Podcast.


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