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Glen Raven recognized for wildlife habitat protection

Industry News | May 1, 2010 | By:

The South Carolina Wildlife Federation recognized the Glen Raven plant in Anderson, S.C., for protecting and enhancing wildlife habitat on its 180-acre property. The company completed requirements for certification under the federation’s Wildlife and Industry Together (WAIT) program, including installation of bird boxes and feeders, placement of nesting areas for ducks and salt licks for deer. Glen Raven developed a habitat plan for its site, created a native plant garden and worked with a nearby elementary school on an outdoor learning area. “Our long-term plan includes … construction of a nature trail. We also envision creating an orchard that will provide a food source for wildlife,” says Rodney Jones, technical finishing section leader at Glen Raven.

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