Ford is a well-known leader in water conservation, having made the CDP A List for water security multiple times over the past decade. And once again, Ford steps up to help make our planet a better place with a historic new stream mitigation and restoration agreement.
In April, Ford and the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture signed an agreement to restore stream waters running through Lone Oaks Farm on the latter’s campus. The objective is to convert the 1,200-acre facility into a 4-H and STEM Education Center, helping students learn vital skills that will translate into a better tomorrow.
“Every year, UTIA provides valuable life skills as well as STEM education opportunities to nearly 112,000 students across Tennessee,” said UT President Randy Boyd. “Ford’s investment in Lone Oaks will ensure our 4-H programs will be able to expand STEM education to Tennessee students for years to come.”
Ford continually proves itself to be a leader in the auto industry when it comes to sustainability. Not only does the company plan to be fully carbon-neutral by 2050, but it’s investing in the development and production of world-class electric vehicles like the Mustang Mach-E and F-150 Lightning.
Going green is easier than ever now thanks to Ford. Check out the selection of eco-friendly Ford vehicles available today at Shults Ford Wexford in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and contact our team when you’re ready for a test drive.