Camp Fire Coffee: Warming You and the Lakota Sioux

TWP is excited to announce our new partnership with Lakota Coffee Company! Proceeds from the sale of the new Camp Fire Coffee (organic Columbian/Sumatra blend) will benefit our Tribal Lands Renewable Energy Program which harnesses the power of nature to improve the lives of Native American families living on reservations across the Great Plains.

Skip DuCharme, owner of Lakota Coffee Company, was inspired to open the popular Columbia, Missouri coffee shop by the Seven Sacred Campfires, known as the Western or Teton Sioux, Lakota — meaning “friendly people.” Through his generosity, every bag of Camp Fire Coffee sold will help TWP install cost-effective solar heaters, plant important windbreak and shade trees, and train tribes about the many benefits of renewable energy.

Beginning October 2008, Camp Fire Coffee may be purchased at the Lakota Coffee Company website, and soon after at TWP’s online sustainable gift store.

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Trees, Water & People is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to developing sustainable community-based conservation solutions.

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