TREE Facility in Rochester Certified as Wildlife at Work

Read the full article as featured in Business NH magazine

“Turnkey Recycling and Environmental Enterprise (TREE) in Rochester was one of 18 facilities to receive re-certification as a ‘Wildlife at Work’ site from the Wildlife Habitat Council. These certifications, announced at the council’s annual meeting, recognize outstanding habitat management and environmental education programs developed through partnerships with local organizations.

The TREE facility is an environmental park encompassing roughly 1,245 acres, of which 150 are actively managed for wildlife. The land abuts both the Isinglass and Cocheco rivers.”

The Isinglass River feeds into the Cocheco River, a tributary of the Great Bay estuarine system.

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