COLONIAL EMPLOYEES PARTICIPATE IN STROUD WATER RESEARCH CENTER TREE PLANTING



EAST FALLOWFIELD TOWNSHIP, Pa.
 - Colonial employees from the Woodbury team joined several other groups of volunteers to plant over 1,000 trees with the Stroud Water Research Center on October 13.

Healthy forests are essential to the life-support systems of our streams. Trees filter contaminants before they reach the water, stabilize the stream bank, and provide food, shade, and habitat for fish and wildlife.

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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