Bristol-Myers Squibb employees give back

Jun 24, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Times of Trenton

Bristol-Myers Squibb volunteers plant and water on St. Michaels Farm Preserve Land in Hopewell Township, part of a demonstration native seed project with D&R Greenway Land Trust and New York CityaA A s Department of ParksaA A Greenbelt Native Plant Center.

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Carolyn Edelmann

Trenton, NJ

#1 Jun 27, 2011
Thank you so much for publicizing this hearty partnership between Bristol-Myers Squibb and D&R Greenway Land Trust, as well as between New Jersey and New York City's Department of Parks. Increased health of land, air and water in our region will result. BMS is truly a good neighbor!

Carolyn Foote Edelmann
D&R Greenway Land Trust Arts & Education Associate
NJ WILD Packet Blog, THE NATURE of PRINCETON Patch blog

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