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Kentucky LEAF Interns Visit Toyota

See what they learned about how corporations support the Conservancy's work in Kentucky and around the world.

Kentucky's LEAF interns were treated to proof of the Conservancy-Toyota partnership -- with a photo of State Director, Terry Cook -- as they entered the company's manufacturing plant lobby in Georgetown, Kentucky.

The LEAF interns were taken on a tour of the company's nature trail, which included a native prairie evoking Kentucky's natural heritage.

Toyota has also dedicated an area outside of its Georgetown, Kentucky manufacturing plant to establishing honey bee habitat.

This is a sampling of the sweet honey that Toyota’s bees produce for their employees and friends.

The company also supports duck habitat near a beautiful pond located along its nature trail.

Several bat boxes can be found scattered along Toyota’s nature trail as well.

The LEAF Interns even saw evidence of abundant wildlife during a presentation of animal tracks found along Toyota’s nature trail.

Finally, the LEAF Interns had a chance to sit down to learn about Toyota’s Corporate Sustainability practices.

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