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.