Sign up for Kroger Rewards and help the Foundation Repair Shelter 3

Kroger Rewards:

If you shop at Krogers, please consider helping us by signing up in the Kroger Community Rewards program.  Your  personal shopping “points” are not used for this!  Kroger takes a percentage of the total money spent by participating enrollees and donates it directly to the Coopers Rock Foundation.  Everyone wins!  

TO USE THE KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS PROGRAM:

  •  Click on this link to access the web site: Krogerrewards.com
  • Be sure to have your Kroger Plus card handy and register your card with your organization after you sign up.
  • If you do not yet have a Kroger Plus card, they are available at the customer service desk at any Kroger.
  • Click on Sign In/Register
  • Are you a new online customer? Then click on SIGN UP TODAY in the ‘New Customer?’ box.
  • Sign up for a Kroger Rewards Account by entering zip code, clicking on favorite store, entering your email address and creating a password, agreeing to the terms and conditions
  • You will then get a message to check your email inbox and click on the link within the body of the email.
  • Click on My Account and use your email address and password to proceed to the next step.
  • Click on Edit Kroger Community Rewards information and input your Kroger Plus card number.
  • Update or confirm your information.
  • Enter NPO number 91572 or select organization (Coopers Rock Foundation) from list and click on confirm.
  • To verify you are enrolled correctly, you will see your organization’s name on the right side of your information page.

Pisgah Timber Project Concerns

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The trees in the Pisgah section of Coopers Rock are getting some much needed love and attention this February!  Thanks to Aurora Lights and all the area citizens who are stepping up and speaking out against the proposed timber project.   About forty people of all ages gathered for the Hug Our Trees (HOT) day on Valentines Day up in the Pisgah section of the forest to show solidarity for these trees and this region of the forest that has been left untouched by commercial logging since 1936.  Many believe that the best way to “manage” this section of the forest is to allow it to remain untouched.  

Please consider signing our petition for stopping the timber project by clicking on this link.

 

First-Timer’s Climbing Guide to Coopers Rock


New to Coopers Rock climbing?  Interested in finding some high quality climbing routes you can top-rope?  Maybe get in a few leads?  Where do you go?   This article by veteran Coopers Rock climber (and Foundation board member) Adam Polinski will get you going with a description of Sunset Wall and The Big Blocks, Upper Rock City, and Rattlesnake Trail. Continue reading

A Successful Restoration Day!

This year’s Rocky Habitat Restoration was a big success thanks to everyone who showed up for a day of work (and pizza). Special thanks to Greg Corio and WVU’s Adventure WV program for bringing a couple dozen volunteers (or more). Foundation trailwork coordinator Adam Polinski will give us more details on what was accomplished…and until then, enjoy this video of the day…

CRF Rocky Habitat Restoration 2013 from Coopers Rock Foundation on Vimeo.