Certified B Corporation

B Corp

Walden Hyde is proud to announce that we’ve joined like-minded business such as Patagonia, Klean Kanteen, Plum Organics, and Ben and Jerry’s by becoming a Certified B Corporation.

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It's What We Do

New Years

A shift in perception helps companies as well as individuals meet and exceed goals.

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Breaking Trail: Klean Kanteen

Klean Kanteen

In our latest edition of Breaking Trail, we speak with Jim Osgood, CEO and Chairman of the Board at Klean Kanteen about working to replace single-use items, becoming a B Corp, and employee engagement as the company grows.

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Boulder-ites vs. Thanksgiving

Jello

It’s that time of year, folks … the time of year for joyous reunions over classic family recipes, shellacked cornucopias, and vegetables suspended in Jello.

If you’re hosting a Boulder-ite for Thanksgiving this year, we thought we’d prep you so you’re not caught off guard. Here are some things you might hear:

1. “What are you doing putting that Tupperware in the microwave?! We’ll get BPA poisoning!”

2. “Is this turkey free range and organic?”

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After the Flood

Flood

We appreciate everyone who has reached out to check on us, and we’re happy to say that we are all safe.

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The Problem with Talking Sustainability

Problem with Sustainability

The problem with talking about sustainability isn’t that consumers don’t care; it’s that they don’t necessarily care
in the ways that companies think they should.

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Millennials Talk Conservation

Conservation

The future of conservation rests with Millennials– adults aged 18 to 35. Yet, according to The Nature Conservancy, only 8.5% of traditional, conservation nonprofit members are under 45 years old.

That’s funny, because 87% of Millennials say…

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Join us for our OR Panel

OR Summer

Join us for a frank conversation with outdoor leaders about what they’re doing to make their companies and products more environmentally and socially responsible.

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Boulder Bags Day!

Bags_Blog

In an effort to reduce the number of grocery bags headed to Boulder County landfills, the City of Boulder is following the lead of other cities like San Francisco in implementing a small fee on disposable grocery bags.

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