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Trane employees volunteer in the Greenway

By Amy Brockhaus
Redmond Patch
Redmond-based Trane employees pulled invasive blackberry from a site along Issaquah Creek.

Redmond-based Trane employees pulled invasive blackberry from a site along Issaquah Creek. This workplace volunteer group returns annually to remove invasive weeds and restore this natural area to enhance wildlife habitat and water quality along a salmon-bearing stream.

Trane employees volunteer with the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, the nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and enhancing the landscape between Puget Sound and central Washington, including the natural lands, rivers and communities, including Redmond.

The Greenway Trust is currently leading a bipartisan campaign to have the U.S. Congress designate the Greenway as a National Heritage Area. To support this initiative, visit greenwayheritage.org.

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