Honda Ridgeline drives SCA's 'Conservation In Motion'
"Specially-detailed" Honda Ridgeline trucks will be used by the Student Conservation Association (SCA) as the SCA implements the 'Conservation In Motion' project across the U.S. Volunteers will use the trucks as they work on various environmental issues such as restoring damaged desert landscapes, planting new foliage, and other projects. The Ridgelines are provided in the states of California, Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, and New York. States Director for Partnership Development Don Hunger of the SCA, "Honda's commitment to public lands stewardship is evident in its groundbreaking technologies, environmental learning centers, and overall support of SCA's mission. Through this partnership, Honda and SCA will protect environmentally sensitive habitats and public lands."
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