Windsor – Caesars Windsor’s CodeGreen HEROs have come to the rescue again by cleaning up along the Caesars Windsor Nature Trail at Devonwood Conservation Area. The cleanup will begin on April 17 at 6pm and the media are welcome to attend.
“Last year, Caesars Windsor Cares funded the resurfacing of the trail at Devonwood Conservation Area to improve accessibility and safety. Devonwood supports a great diversity of oak trees, and cleanups like this help improve water quality, reduce impacts to wildlife, and improve visitor experience,” said Danielle Breault Stuebing, Essex Region Conservation’s Communications and Outreach Services Director. “Having CodeGreen participate in this cleanup at Windsor’s only Conservation Area shows their ongoing commitment, stewardship and leadership.”
Caesars Windsor employees have been undertaking annual cleanup events since 2013. “Caesars Windsor is dedicated to bringing its environmental commitment outside of our property to benefit our community and work towards a sustainable future,” said Kelly Wolfe Gregoire, Vice President of Human Resources.
Caesars Windsor’s CodeGreen is a comprehensive environmental strategy that focuses on environmental opportunities to progress energy, waste, water and carbon management throughout the company’s resorts. CodeGreen teams at each property implement grassroots programs aimed to enhance energy efficiencies, reduce impact on natural resources and improve waste streams.
Since 1973, Essex Region Conservation has been enriching and sustaining the Windsor-Essex County-Pelee Island region as the Place for Life.