PVAS Member Discount Offers
PVAS is proud to partner with the following businesses who offer discounts for our members and help support PVAS (click on the pictures to go directly to the business websites):
Offer: 10% discount on store merchandise (birdseed excluded) to all PVAS members.
Nature Niche in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia is a one of a kind store that has everything for the outdoor enthusiast including birdseed, bird feeders, squirrel entertainment, bat houses, bug catchers, books and so much more!
Offer: 10% discount on education, consulting, and tree care services.
Trees 101 is an independent tree consulting and education service based in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, serving the Eastern Panhandle, nearby Maryland, Northern Virginia and the Washington, DC metro area. Our mission is to promote tree health by offering professional consulting services, and by empowering individuals and groups to understand trees and participate in their care. We strive to be low impact and carbon neutral, supporting local planting efforts to offset our carbon footprint.
Offer: 10% discount on store merchandise.
Two River Treads, located in Ranson, West Virginia, is the nation’s first minimalist shoe store. Whether you’re looking for a running shoe, a hiking boot, or just a casual lifestyle shoe, we have all the tools to keep your feet happy and healthy so you can perform the activity that you love with joy, spring and efficiency.
Offer: 10% discount on Yankauer Preserve items purchased directly from Two Rivers Turnings.
Based in Shepherdstown, Neil Super of Two Rivers Turnings handcrafts objects of beauty and usefulness from locally harvested wood. Two River Turnings also carrys hand made items crafted from wood harvested at Yankauer Nature Preserve, a property managed by PVAS.
Offer: 15% discount on store merchandise (excludes sale items).
Harpers Ferry Outfitters & Bike Shop, located in downtown historic Harpers Ferry, has been serving the local community since 1996. The Outfitter is a one-stop shop for all things adventure! You can rent bicycles, purchase a new backpack (have it adjusted, too), and find new trail gear all in one place, conveniently located near the Appalachian Trail’s halfway point.