At Land Rover we believe we can map the future. In partnership with Woodchuck USA, we have committed to reducing our carbon footprint through their Buy One Plant One initiative. For every Woodchuck box we purchase as a part of our marketing efforts, a new tree is planted at the 100 Mile House site. This year
Our site is located adjacent to the 100 Mile House which was originally built as a resting place for Canadian gold miners who were traveling to and from Vancouver. Originally the road was called the HBC Brigade Trail and has since been converted to the Trans Canada Highway.
This planting site will benefit wildlife species like turkey, deer, blue jays, squirrels, and others that depend on mast production from
With the contribution to this site, it has become a “working forest,” meaning we will be using a variety of silvicultural techniques to sustainably manage the site to keep it healthy and forested.
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