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Corpus Christi Educators Experience Inaugural Nautilus Exploration Program CITGO STEM Academy

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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas, June 24, 2015 /3BL Media/ – A group of 30 local educators participated in the inaugural Nautilus Exploration Program CITGO STEM Academy held on Monday, June 22 and Tuesday, June 23, at the CITGO Corpus Christi Refinery.  The continuing education program for area educators is  part of the CITGO Caring for Our Coast initiative dedicated to natural habitat and coastal restoration along the Gulf Coast region.

Freeport-McMoRan Conserves Biodiversity

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The natural resources that Freeport-McMoRan produces are essential to the world's economies. As population growth and urbanization continue to accelerate, Freeport-McMoRan’s products are critical to a rising standard of living on a global scale. The foundation of Freeport-McMoRan’s plans for production growth and resource expansions includes their commitment to join with stakeholders in working toward sustainable development.

Weyerhaeuser Restoration Efforts Return Salmon Habitat

Salmon and Steelhead Return to Rivers and Tributaries of Coos Bay Watershed as a Result of Weyerhaeuser’s Restoration Efforts
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Jason Richardson, a forestry engineer for Weyerhaeuser, is celebrating. Salmon and steelhead are returning to the rivers and tributaries of the Coos Bay watershed in southwest Oregon.

“I’m thrilled our efforts are paying off,” Richardson says. “I heard from Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife agents who reported their population projections for salmon moving up both the East Fork of the Millicoma River and the South Fork of the Coos River. They were super stoked about the numbers.”

Darden & The Florida Everglades

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The Darden Foundation has been supporting the restoration of the Florida Everglades through support of the Everglades Foundation. Katie Glenn, a Darden team member, takes a visit to see first-hand the results of the Darden Foundation's support.

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As of Sunday 98.1% of Verizon Wireless Cell Sites in Northeast Serving Customers After Hurricane Sandy

Verizon Wireless Continues to Focus on Northeast Customers Recovering from Hurricane Sandy
Summary: 

• 98.1% of Verizon Wireless cell sites in Northeast serving customers
• Voice and Text overages will be credited for customers in NY Metro Area and NJ
• Late fees also suspended during storm and recovery period
• Mobile communications centers and stores-on-wheels supporting hardest hit areas
• Free device charging and free domestic calls available at open retail locations
• 93% of Verizon Wireless retail locations now open across New York Metro Area
• Verizon pledges up to $1 million to match customer text donations to American Red Cross
• For the latest news, follow us on Twitter @VZWnews

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• 98.1% of Verizon Wireless cell sites in Northeast serving customers
• Voice and Text overages will be credited for customers in NY Metro Area and NJ
• Late fees also suspended during storm and recovery period
• Mobile communications centers and stores-on-wheels supporting hardest hit areas
• Free device charging and free domestic calls available at open retail locations
• 93% of Verizon Wireless retail locations now open across New York Metro Area
• Verizon pledges up to $1 million to match customer text donations to American Red Cross
• For the latest news, follow us on Twitter @VZWnews

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