COLONIAL PIPELINE DONATES TRUCK & SUV TO LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN CONSERVANCY



CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.
- Colonial Pipeline's SED team recently donated a Ford F-250 Truck and Ford Explorer to the Lookout Mountain Conservancy in Tennessee.

The Lookout Mountain Conservancy (LMC) works with families and landowners to assist them on a voluntary basis to conserve lands that are locally and regionally important along the 93 miles of Lookout Mountain spanning three states: Alabama, Tennessee and Georgia.

The donated truck will be used to haul tools, equipment and other utility applications.  The Explorer will be used to transport interns who are part of the conservancy team.

LMC is one of many conservation groups Colonial partners with to help our mission to protect the environment we share our pipeline with. Besides the dialogue and cooperation on conserving Lookout Mountain, Colonial employees in Tennessee have historically volunteered with LMC at the Howard School nearby to mentor at risk youth.

LMC was also instrumental in helping Colonial orchestrate a land swap in Tennessee with the U.S. National Parks Service that allowed us to relocate our pipeline to a more desirable location for all parties.

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