Thursday, May 23, 2024

Perdue Farms volunteers help to ‘clean streams’

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SALISBURY, Md. — Perdue Farms associates, their family members and friends across 12 states recently removed 54,000 pounds of trash and debris from streams, woods and roadways and planted more than 50 trees as part of the 10th annual Project Clean Stream, a company-wide effort to help protect and enhance the environment in the communities where associates live and work.

Since 2008, 6,855 volunteers have removed in excess of 211 tons of trash from more than 300 sites and planted 4,118 trees.

More than 980 volunteers mobilized clean-ups at 47 local sites on Saturdays in April. . .

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