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Thank You TogetherGreen!

May 27, 2011

Thank you TogetherGreen for support of Olmsted Parks Conservancy events celebrating Earth Day! Audubon and Toyota launched TogetherGreen in 2008 to build the promise of a greener, healthier future through innovation, leadership and volunteerism. With this support, the Conservancy was able to host several projects and provide more opportunities for our volunteers to help restore the health and integrity of the natural areas in the Frederick Law Olmsted Parks. Many thanks to all the individuals and groups who came out to celebrate Earth Day and volunteer with us, and thank you TogetherGreen for your support of our work!     

Employees from Outer Loop Wal-Mart celebrated their store's grand reopening and Earth Day by helping to restore the woodlands of Iroquois Park

Kentucky YMCA members pose for a laugh with Conservancy staff after a volunteer project in Iroquois Park

Individuals came out for the 2011 Grand Garlic Mustard Sweep in Cherokee Park. This young lady found the Golden Garlic Mustard Plant and took home a prize thanks to support from TogetherGreen.

Students from Jefferson County Technical College helped plant native trees to restore woodland areas