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 beneficial for all 1,200 acres of the Philadelphia Navy Yard.
“Earth Day is important to Berkley Environmental and we are so grateful to volunteer our time and efforts to help create healthy living environments in Philadelphia and the surrounding areas. We love working for a company that places such a high value and emphasis on paying it forward in our community,” says Steve Collett, Regional Vice President at Berkley Environmental Philadelphia.
Founded in 1827, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has long aimed to increase the health and well-being of the Greater Philadelphia region. The organization operates under the belief that gardening and horticulture belong to everyone and has the potential to create significant social and environmental change. With a diverse community of over 300,000 supporters, volunteers, and gardeners, PHS brings people together who share a common passion for investing their time and resources to improve public gardens and landscapes.
Learn more about the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society at https://phsonline.org/