COLONIAL PIPELINE BATON ROUGE EMPLOYEES RESTORE MARY ANN BROWN PRESERVE WITH NATURE CONSERVANCY



ST. FRANCISVILLE, La. - For the third year in a row, Colonial's Baton Rouge team made improvements to the Mary Ann Brown Preserve with the Nature Conservancy of Louisiana on October 20.

The Mary Ann Brown Preserve supports a quality mixed pine-hardwood forest on the fringes of the Tunica Hills.  There is an interesting mix of native hardwoods with loblolly and shortleaf pines. It is a beautiful location for locals to experience the outdoors.

Colonial employees cleared brush from trails, installed a new sign at the park and made repairs to picnic areas.

Colonial Pipeline partners with conservation groups active on its ROW in every state it operates in. This engagement allows Colonial to better fulfill its mission to protect the environment we share our pipeline with. In 2017, Colonial will participate in 12 events with local conservation groups, most occurring in October.

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