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West Paw Design Hosts 1st Annual "Keeping It Green" Event
Help keep Bozeman’s dog parks green
Together with the Gallatin Valley Land Trust, West Paw Design is hosting an all volunteer event to clean up the Gallatin Valley Regional Park. We love Bozeman and want dogs and humans to enjoy this great dog park without stepping in it!
We invite all members of the community to join West Paw Design at 4:30 pm on Tuesday, July17th, help us clean up the Gallatin Valley Regional Park. There will be raffle prizes with a chance to win t-shirts, hats, tote bags, dog toys and a bed from West Paw Design.
Why? Cleaning up after dogs is safer and cleaner for the whole community as well as a good neighborly thing to do. West Paw Design loves dogs and wants people and their pets to go out and enjoy the great outdoors.
When: Tuesday, July 17th. 4:30 pm until we’re done
Where: Gallatin Valley Regional Park. (Oak Street and Davis Lane, Bozeman, MT)
What else? No need to bring anything with you. Tools will be provided (Of course, if you have a favorite poop-scoop’n tool, please feel free to bring your own!)
About West Paw Design
Pets add quality to life and West Paw Design’s objective is to give them quality in return with products that are sustainably made in the USA. Using recycled, organic and recyclable materials in many of its products, West Paw Design also continually incorporates eco-friendly strategies into its manufacturing process. Over the past 15 years the Bozeman, Montana-based company has gained a strong and loyal following by offering products that are people, pet and planet-friendly.
About the Gallatin Valley Land Trust
Gallatin Valley Land Trust conserves southwest Montana’s heritage of open landscapes, working farms and ranches, healthy rivers, and wildlife habitat; and creates trails to connect people, communities and the land.
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