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Five members of the office staff stand with 10,000 peat pots that were donated to the Municipality of Chatham-Kent. office staff (left to right): Terence
Johnson, Chandra Clarke, Wendy Chase, Krystina
Oktavianus, Catherine Moore.

Online company keeps Chatham-Kent green

February 14, 2008

We have donated 10,000 peat pots to the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, contributing to a local greening partnership. The trees grown from these pots will be planted in parks and other public areas, helping to improve the habitat in the area and improve citizens' quality of life. In addition, we have issued a challenge to other local businesses and community groups to step up and do their part to improve and protect Chatham-Kent's environment.

The Chatham-Kent Greening Partnership plans to grow at least 5,000 seedlings this year as part of their Trees for Tomorrow program, a program that involves volunteers and youth groups in growing native trees from locally collected seed.

These volunteers can't do it alone, and we’re are proud to be doing our part to help make the Chatham-Kent area a better, greener place.


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