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Local retailer, nonprofit partner for conservation

BY DI STAFF | OCTOBER 07, 2011 7:20 AM

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A local retailer and a Johnson County nonprofit are coming together to support local conservation efforts, according to a press release.

Beginning today, for every pair of Patagonia shoes sold, Active Endeavors, 138 S. Clinton St., will donate $10 to the Johnson County Heritage Trust. The donations will support efforts to preserve local wildlife and areas, including prairies and woodlands.

Each customer who purchases a pair of Patagonia shoes will also receive a one-year free membership to the County Heritage Trust, as well as a subscription to Heritage, the group's quarterly journal.

The efforts will continue through Oct. 23.

— by Alison Sullivan


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