A laboratory’s efforts to go green have been recognized by The Conservation Foundation.
The group presented FermiLab Director, Nigel Lockyer with the “Conservation at Work” award, in honor of the center’s efforts to conserve energy along with their environmentally safe landscape.
“This is our recognition of the special place that is here at FermiLab they have a 40 year history of restoring and managing natural areas which is really, really phenomenal,” said Dan Lobbes Director of Land Protection for the Conservation Foundation.
The foundation focuses on preserving and restoring natural areas of land and praises homes and businesses that make it a priority.
FermiLab’s 25 acres of natural land is larger than most forest preserves in the area.
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