Our Atlanta office took to the outdoors on April 27th to celebrate Earth Day in their community. With an environmentally focused objective and a good amount of teamwork, employees helped clean and beautify a section of the Dunwoody Nature Center. “Dunwoody Nature Center’s mission is to conserve nature while educating and motivating environmental awareness and
On Saturday April 23rd, Senior Underwriter Jane Plisko, her husband Keith, and Vice President – Managed Business Kevin Troutman volunteered together with the organization Friends of Gifford Pinchot State Park to plant trees and clear trails to celebrate Earth Day. Gifford Pinchot State Park is a 2,338-acre full-service park in northern York County, Pennsylvania. In
On April 29th, our Dallas office donated their time and resources to assist the Trinity River Audubon Center with Habitat Work Day. Throughout the day, team members helped clear and expand existing trails, remove invasive species, or restore prairie, forest, and wetland habitats. Trinity River Audubon Center has been welcoming visitors to its sanctuaries since
On April 25th, our Walnut Creek, CA office volunteered at the local Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano to help sort and distribute perishable and non-perishable items. The Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano focuses on feeding their neighbors today, and advocating for a hunger-free tomorrow. Their efforts help feed those who are
In an effort to give back to the environment that gives so much to us, our Philadelphia office teamed up with the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society on April 19th to sort and prep new trees for planting. In collaboration with the Tree Tenders program, the Berkley team took part in a watershed restoration project that is
Earth Day serves as a great reminder that we are responsible for taking care of our planet. In that spirit, “BE Active” is Berkley Environmental’s confirmation to always act with purpose. It inspires us to be an active participant in making positive differences in our communities and our world and is a demonstration of our
Earth Month gives us a great opportunity to put our core values into action. On April 12th, our Chicago office volunteered at the Forest Preserves of Cook County, for the Sundown Meadow’s Ecological Stewardship Volunteer Day. The Forest Preserves of Cook County, with nearly 70,000 acres, is one of the oldest and largest forest preserve
What makes Earth Day so special is that it reminds us that we can make a difference, with even the smallest actions, and gives us the opportunity to act. Over 50 years ago, Earth Day was created to bring attention to how our collective actions were affecting our environment and to make us pay attention.