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Walmart Helps Finance Urban Conservation Projects In Major US Cities

August 4, 2011: 01:12 AM EST
Walmart, through its Acres for America program, has donated $500,000 to urban conservation projects in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, and Washington D.C. to help protect, conserve, and restore urban ecosystems. The donation will benefit urban conservation projects including the Anacostia Watershed Restoration in Washington D.C., Hegewisch Marsh Restoration in Chicago, Bolsa Chica Enhancement Project in Los Angeles, Jamaica Bay Salt Marsh Restoration in New York, and the New York Botanical Garden Lower Portage Trail, also in New York.
"Walmart donates $500,000 to help rejuvenate urban ecosystems", Walmart.com, August 04, 2011, © Walmart.com
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