EMKAY Helping to Restore Depleted Wildlife Refuges
Since 2010, EMKAY has been contributing to The Conservation Fund in order to help restore our depleted National Parks and Wildlife Refuges.
Over these eight years EMKAY has helped to plant 4,259 trees, resulting in the restoration of 14 acres throughout Wildlife Refuges in Louisiana, Missouri, and Kansas. The Conservation fund estimates that these trees will help to trap an estimated 4,625 metric tons of carbon dioxide as they mature.
We are very proud of this initiative, as the responsibility of conserving natural resources is on individuals and corporations alike. In the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson, “The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn.”
A link to the conservation fund is below: