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What’s special about Kentucky Dream?

This blend is spicy and nutty with a stout dose of body and medium acidity. A blend of beans from Nicaragua and Sumatra, it’s a rich melding of two fine coffees. And when you buy this bag of Kentucky Dream, you are partnering with Heine Brothers’ as we donate $5 of every bag sold to The Forecastle Foundation.
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What’s special about the Forecastle Foundation?

The Forecastle Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization working to protect the world’s “natural awesome” by partnering with organizations taking great strides to protect biologically-rich hot spots across the globe. These hot spots represent the richest and most threatened reservoirs of plant and animal life on Earth. They cover just 2.3 percent of the Earth’s land surface, yet are home to 77 percent of all vertebrate species and 50 percent of the world’s plant life. Heine Brothers’ is pursuing our Kentucky Dream by partnering with the Forecastle Foundation to support it’s work right here in Kentucky: with Kentucky Natural Lands Trust on Pine Mountain in Eastern Kentucky and with the Nature Conservancy on the Green River in Central Kentucky. Learn more at ForecastleFoundation.org.

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How can you help?

$5 from every bags of Kentucky Dream sold will go to the Forecastle Foundation. Kentucky Dream is available at any Heine Brothers’ location, at Whole Foods Louisville, and online.

History:

In the first year of our partnership (Juky 2015-June 2016), we have raised almost $8,000 for Forecastle Foundation through sales of Kentucky Dream and our Forecastle Foundation Tumbler!

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The 1,864-acres preserve was originally purchased by Kentucky Natural Lands Trust. It is located along Laurel Fork in Whitley County, local have called this remote part of the state “South America” for over 100 years. The preserve protects federally endangered Cumberland elktoe mussels, rare Cumberland arrow darters, numerous rare plants, endemic rare cave beetles, and fall "swarming habitat" for federally endangered Indiana bats. It creates a southern anchor for the goal of protecting a 125-mile wildlands corridor, which extends the length of Pine Mountain from Tennessee through Kentucky to Virginia.

Bottle Rock, Archer Benge State Nature Preserve: The 1,864-acres preserve was originally purchased by Kentucky Natural Lands Trust. It is located along Laurel Fork in Whitley County, local have called this remote part of the state “South America” for over 100 years. The preserve protects federally endangered Cumberland elktoe mussels, rare Cumberland arrow darters, numerous rare plants, endemic rare cave beetles, and fall “swarming habitat” for federally endangered Indiana bats. It creates a southern anchor for the goal of protecting a 125-mile wildlands corridor, which extends the length of Pine Mountain from Tennessee through Kentucky to Virginia. $5 from your purchase of Kentucky Dream coffee goes to the Forecastle Foundation for environmental projects just like this here in Kentucky!

 

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