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8 Winners Selected for @GoParks Expedition Contest Connecting Diverse Audiences to National Parks

Be a part of the adventure at www.nationalparks.org and by following #FYPx on social media
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WASHINGTON, September 24, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Eight individuals from across the country have won a week-long adventure, thanks to the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks. The winners will travel together to Mesa Verde National Park, visiting Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve along the way, and share all of their experiences online.

You can be part of the fun at www.nationalparks.org/fypx and by following #FYPx on social media.

At Subaru, Innovative Styrofoam Reuse Saves $1MM

[Video] Episode 2 of Who We Are is What We Leave Behind
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Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc. (SIA), the home of Subaru manufacturing in North America, was the first automotive assembly plant in America designated as zero landfill, achieving that status in 2004. Previously, in 2003, SIA became the first automotive plant site to be designated a Backyard Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation for wildlife such as blue heron, snapping turtles, coyote, white-tailed deer and bald eagles.

Subaru Shares Zero-Landfill Knowledge with National Parks

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Recently, many companies have opened their doors to competitors in an effort to solve some of the world's more pressing social and environmental issues, share advancements and collaborate towards lasting solutions as an industry.

The Meeting of the Minds: Subaru and National Park Service Focus on Zero Landfill Goal

[Video] Episode 1 of Who We Are is What We Leave Behind
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Every year, visitors to the most pristine places on earth send over 100 million pounds of garbage to landfills. Subaru, recognized for having the first automotive assembly plant in America designated as zero landfill, presents "Who We Are is What We Leave Behind," a new video series documenting the National Parks zero landfill initiative.

[Video] Dramatic Results of Crash Tests on Pet Crates, Carriers in Study Funded by Subaru of America

Subaru of America and the Center for Pet Safety recently conducted crash tests to help pet owners make wise decisions
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Subaru of America and the Center for Pet Safety offer practical safety tips for pet parents traveling with their four-legged friends from the results of the 2015 Crate and Carrier Crashworthiness Studies - a collaborative initiative to examine the effectiveness and safety of pet crates and carriers in the event of a crash.

100-Million Pound Problem: The Subaru Zero Landfill Initiative to Make National Parks Zero-Landfill

[Video Trailer] Who We Are is What We Leave Behind
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Every year, visitors to the most pristine places on earth send over 100 million pounds of garbage to landfills. Subaru, recognized for having the first automotive assembly plant in America designated as zero landfill, presents "Who We Are is What We Leave Behind," a new video series documenting the National Parks zero landfill initiative. 

Study: Which Crates and Carriers will Keep Your Pets Safe?

By Lindsay Deutsch
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Planning a summer road trip with your pet? An eye-opening series of tests hopes to clarify products to keep you and your furry friend safe.

Subaru of America and Center for Pet Safety Studies Showcase Promising and Shocking Crash Test Results of Pet Crates and Carriers

The 2015 Crate and Carrier Crashworthiness Studies highlight the top pet safety products and bring awareness to vital pet safety measures
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CHERRY HILL, N.J., July 24, 2015 – Subaru of America, Inc. and Center for Pet Safety (CPS), a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit research and consumer advocacy organization, announced today the results of the 2015 Crate and Carrier Crashworthiness Studies - a collaborative initiative to examine the effectiveness and safety of pet crates and carriers in the event of a crash.

Iconic National Parks Move to Eliminate Landfill Trash

By Greta Weber, National Geographic
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The national parks are pristine emblems of the American wilderness, attracting millions of visitors from around the world.

Meals On Wheels America and Subaru Launch Online Volunteer Drive

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Subaru will be teaming up with Meals on Wheels to make volunteering at over 1,000 chapters across all 50 states easier than ever through an Online Volunteer Drive. Locally, some Subaru retailers will also be hosting volunteer drives at their locations where people around the country can pledge to volunteer. Retailers will also have the opportunity to adopt a Meals on Wheels route and to host “Stuff the Trunk” events, where food and supply donations are collected and delivered to a local senior center.

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