'Parks and Recreation' Star Nick Offerman Grows Facial Hair for a Good Cause (VIDEO)

Gentlemen, stop shaving. I mean it -- letting that facial hair grow is good for the environment!
Did you know that every time you shave, you're using about five gallons of water? Budweiser's "Grow One. Save a Million." campaign is growing awareness of that fact and more leading up to World Environment Day this Sunday, June 5.
'Parks and Recreation' star (and owner of some awesome facial hair) Nick Offerman has teamed with Budweiser and Anheuser-Busch to ask men to stop shaving this week. In doing so, the company aims to raise awareness about easy ways to conserve water, while saving around 1 million gallons of water in the process.
AOL TV caught up with the spokesman -- sporting more than just his character's signature stache -- to hear about the cause, why he's a "pantywaist" compared to his manly-man family and how this ties into his TV alter-ego: "Ron Swanson loves to be outdoors in nature, and so he would really love supporting a clean water initiative."



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