Apache’s trees, activities earn state conservation award

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Then Saturday, the Louisiana Wildlife Federation will honor the state’s well-deserving conservationists for 2016 at its annual Governor’s Conservation Awards banquet set for 6 p.m. at Boudreaux’s on Government Street in Baton Rouge.

Apache Corporation was selected by a panel of judges to receive the top honor, Conservationist of the Year. Apache was lauded for its extensive work in its Tree Grant Program, including 300,000 trees in 2016, a plan that raised its tree-planting efforts to 4 million trees since 2005, notably for its tree donations to re-establish black bear habitat…

 

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