Northern Fruit has been a steadfast supporter of this website and ‘gets’ the importance of using our regional outdoor resources for all the physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits. NF also recognizes the role WenOut plays in drawing together our outdoor-recreation community so that our collective voice is at the table shaping local land use issues, non-motorized transportation infrastructure, trail systems, and more.
Chelan County P.U.D.
Chelan County PUD operates three hydroelectric dams – two on the Columbia River and one on the Chelan River – that produce clean, renewable, low-cost power for customers in Chelan County and the Northwest. The PUD constructed a network of 14 parks, along with a Visitor Center and Museum at Rocky Reach Dam, enjoyed by both residents and visitors. Each year, the PUD dedicates millions of dollars and thousands of work hours protecting and enhancing fish, wildlife and plant ecosystems. One way the PUD extends its environmental stewardship is through energy-saving and cost-saving conservation programs for its customers.
Confluence Health is an ardent supporter of many local programs designed to enhance public health. The group (comprised of what was formerly the Wenatchee Valley Medical Center and Central Washington Hospital) also supports many efforts that improve or protect local cultural, educational, or environmental resources. Confluence Health finds WenatcheeOutdoors consistent with these priorities. Furthermore, the group knows it’s difficult to recruit medical personnel to smaller population centers like our own. WenatcheeOutdoors, with its rich content and beautiful photos, has proven to be valuable recruitment tool in getting potential employees excited about moving here. Because we align on many fronts, Confluence Health has become one of our most generous supporters.Subaru
Outdoor adventures and Subarus – the two go together like skiing and P-tex bases, rock climbing and ropes, hiking and Vibram soles. Head up to Mission Ridge or Stevens Pass on a powder day and two-thirds of the skiers arriving for first turns came in Subarus. Head to the Snow Creek or Colchuck Lake trailheads and half of the parked cars are Subbies. Outdoor types recognize that Subarus are the cars that get you out there and back reliably, comfortably, safely, stylishly, and affordably.
Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce
The Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce has incorporated in their mission being a “champion of our community’s quality of life and economic vitality through collaborative leadership and sound business advocacy.” Wenatchee Outdoors.org is an invaluable regional asset that offers an immense amount of information about our most valuable asset – the outdoors. Wenatchee Outdoors serves to connects people with nature while also offering ways to appreciate, care for and conserve our outdoor places and resources. We appreciate and support their efforts.Biosports Physical Therapy
Many of our local outdoor enthusiasts have been or are Biosports patients, including those of us affiliated with this website. The reason is simple: What the outdoor breaks, Biosports fixes. Biosports’ literature is a bit more cerebral and states, “Biosports is a physical therapy clinic staffed with clinicians trained in orthopedic and sports medicine rehabilitation. Our team is professional, skilled, and knowledgeable. We’re proactive about rehabilitation and our extensive knowledge of functional biomechanics makes us effective and efficient in treating all types of pain and dysfunction. We’ll treat the cause and symptoms of your injuries, normalize your movements, speed your healing, and prevent the reoccurrence of your pain.”
North 40 Productions
North 40 Productions is a creative, visually impressive, broadcasting and media production company located here in Wenatchee, WA. Their goal is to create authentic and engaging content that brings positive change to the way humans relate with the world around them.
Brothers Scott and Jon and their team of legal support professionals seek justice in cases involving personal injury, wrongful death, employment discrimination/wrongful discharge, civil rights violations, and constitutional violations by city, county, state, and federal government entities.