TogetherGreen (United States)

Toyota Motor North America, Inc. (TMA)

Engaging Citizens in Conservation Efforts Across the United States

In the spring of 2008, Toyota in the U.S., including TMA (Toyota Motor North America), and the National Audubon Society launched the "TogetherGreen" program with a shared belief that everyone must work together to confront environmental challenges for today and for the future.

TogetherGreen has three major components:

LeadGreen

A Conservation Fellowship program to recognize and nurture diverse individuals who will become environmental leaders who can serve as role models in the community.

GrowGreen

Innovation Grants to support creative projects that contribute to significant gains in habitat, water and energy conservation and engage diverse communities.

GoGreen

Volunteer projects at sites across the country to create a call to action for real conservation impact in diverse communities.

The interactive TogetherGreen website encourages people of all ages to take action and shares information on the impact that the programs and individuals are having across the country. Visit the site to find out more.

Togethergreen program website

Conservation Fellow: Sean Miller His project engaged students in the Washington D.C. area in conservation and installed solar panels on a school

Conservation Fellow: Sean Miller
His project engaged students in the Washington D.C. area in conservation and installed solar panels on a school

Innovation Grant Engaging senior citizen volunteers in Pennsylvania in conservation efforts

Innovation Grant
Engaging senior citizen volunteers in Pennsylvania in conservation efforts

Volunteer Project In Fall 2009, over 60 participants from TMA and Audubon joined together in a park in New York City to volunteer

Volunteer Project
In Fall 2009, over 60 participants from TMA and Audubon joined together in a park in New York City to volunteer

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