About the Film
The land gives back— Covey Rise enjoyed the extreme pleasure of participating in this charity hunt in Central Oregon, which is a prime example of how the land—and the wild game harvested from it—preserves our traditions and gives back to help others. The hunt was an auction item for the nonprofit organization Project Zinfandel, where the proceeds benefit the Down Syndrome Association North Bay in California. Clay Mauritson and his father donated their time, land, and resources for the betterment of others. Not only did they give the resources available to them, but they also propelled others to do the same.
We challenge each of you to find a way to get more involved to preserve our legacy. Even if your effort is small—whatever it may be—remember that we all play a part in the bigger picture of life, and you never know what your small sacrifice can do to help others. This Project Zinfandel charity hunt inspired us to give of our time and talents and to spread the word. What will you do?
Full film coming soon!
Together We Can Give Back
The honorable purpose of this charity hunt, and the generous people behind it, were beautifully featured through words and images on the pages of the August-September issue of Covey Rise in the article, “Hunting the Hashknife,” by Andrew Bogan.
In support of Clay and Project Zin, if you subscribe, renew, or give a gift using code CPROZIN at checkout, Covey Rise will donate 25% of your subscription total to the Down Syndrome Association North Bay in California.