Almost two years ago we posted the news that the National Wildlife Federation was seeking input about possibly partnering up with various corporations, including such known wildlife-huggers as Ortho, Scotts Miracle-Gro and Spectracide. Your comments were pretty darn negative, but seem to have gone unheeded. Scotts DOES have tons of money, after all.
Here’s the story.
After announcing the programs that Scotts will be funding, the company reinforces its “similarities” to NWF.
“During our support of the NWF’s wildlife relief work in the Gulf of Mexico, we realized how many similarities our organizations shared – and started exploring ways to work together,” said Jim Lyski, executive vice president, ScottsMiracle-Gro. “NWF offers a unique perspective that we believe can help shape our sustainability initiatives, and proactively engage thought leaders on constructively developing solutions to environmental and societal challenges. This partnership for us is about building a business that leaves our world better off than we found it.”
on January 23, 2012 at 11:27 am, in the category Gardening on the Planet.