Suburban Propane Partners, L.P. is supporting reforestation efforts in the North Bay region of Northern California with a undisclosed monetary donation through its SuburbanCares imitative. The reforestation effort, spearheaded by Santa Rosa’s Downtown Action Organization, follows devastating wildfires in 2019.
Suburban Propane’s donation will help fund the replacement of dead trees throughout a full block of Santa Rosa’s downtown area, making a powerful impact on the community and on the local businesses that have struggled over the last few years.
“Stepping up in the generous way that [Suburban Propane] did to help fund the tree planting in our downtown area will make an impact for our entire community for many years to come,” said Cadance Hinkle Allinson, Executive Director, Downtown Action Organization.
“With the positive impact that reforestation can make in restoring biodiversity, rebalancing ecological systems and combating climate change, this effort is also in line with our commitment to a sustainable energy future through our Go Green with Suburban Propane initiatives,” said Nandini Sankara, Spokesperson, Suburban Propane.
In further support of its Go Green with Suburban Propane corporate pillar, Suburban Propane has announced a contract extension for the purchase and supply of renewable propane in the State of California, used to power over-the-road vehicles and forklifts.