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Employees will support Earth Day events through May 3
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – As part of its June 2018 Northeast 80 x 50 Pathway, a deep dive analysis into ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, National Grid is committed to taking on climate change and taking steps toward a clean energy future. As part of our work to achieve those targets, and in conjunction with our environmental policy and programs, National Grid is continuing its annual commitment by sponsoring Earth Day activities across the company’s service territory, which includes New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
In Upstate New York, National Grid employees kicked off Earth Day events on April 17 in Buffalo, where employees volunteered at Pelion Community Garden at City Honors School. There, they built a composting area, which will be used to improve soil in the science beds that the school uses each growing season.
All total, approximately 200 National Grid employees are scheduled to participate in various upstate New York Earth Day activities, which include:
Albany - Monday, April 22
Syracuse – Monday, April 22
Syracuse, April 23 to April 26
Leavenworth Park, Syracuse - Friday, April 26
ClearPath for Vets Chittenango Landing - Friday, May 3
Chittenango Botanical Gardens – Friday, May 3