Thanks a million!
A team of 25 Dominion employees spent a day with us and the Westmoreland County Parks recently, and made a tremendous positive difference on our campus.
In Ann Rudd Saxman Nature Park and around GreenForge, these hard-working volunteers used hand tools and earth-moving equipment to maintain and freshen rain gardens; create a new channel to manage stormwater from parking lots and reduce erosion; excavate a walking path and a pad for a storage shed; restructure a head wall on a bridge; widen the pathway to a trail; and weed, prune and mulch the foundation landscape.
In addition to their generous donation of employee time and labor, the company also donated about $2,500 worth of material, including mulch and rip rap.
Among the hard-working volunteers was Diane Leopold, president of Dominion Energy.
We greatly appreciate this generous gift!
What conservation work is happening in your community?
Check out our new annual report and see.
We think you’ll be amazed at the number and variety of conservation projects under way in all parts of our county – from streambank fencing on farms in Derry Township…to erosion control at the Routes 119/819 cloverleaf project in Mount Pleasant Township.
New this year: Full-color maps, graphs and charts, as well as prose summaries of the major projects, give you a quick look at how and where the District and its partners are working to make sure everyone in our county can enjoy stable soils, healthy forests, clean streams, productive farms, and sustainable communities.
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