A Tennessee automobile plant is being recognized by a Wildlife Council

SPRING HILL, TN (AP) – The Wildlife Habitat Council recognizes the General Motors plant in Tennessee for working with students on conservation and promoting biodiversity.

GM at Spring Hill has partnered with students from the Boys & Girls Club of Maury County, with helping to collect water quality evaluations from local streams.

Plant employees and volunteers help the students analyze the samples to determine the health of the streams.

The automobile plant has also worked on planting and maintaining native grasses, created a nature trail and established a buffer near the banks of a creek prone to water quality problems from residential and commercial growth.

 

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