American Forests (www.americanforests.org) has awarded the Friends of the Wildlife Corridor a Global ReLeaf grant of $37,500 to plant 50,000 native trees on cropland that has been acquired by the Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge. The plantings will be part of the Refuge’s farmland reforestation program, which was initiated in 1984, and has…

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On Thursday, February 13th, employees from United Airlines’ McAllen office presented the Friends of the Wildlife Corridor with a check for $5,000 for the Willow Lakes project in the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge. The funding comes from United’s Eco-Skies Community Grant Program, which empowers United employees to make a positive environmental impact in the…

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