The Dow Wetlands Preserve was established in 1990 and is made up of over 471 acres of undeveloped property, including 172 acres of wetlands, and a 30 acre beaver pond. Three endangered species and two threatened species call the land home.
Dow bought the land to preserve the natural habitat and keep significant population density away from its Pittsburg, California, plant. A significant number of employees, retirees, and community members volunteer for the ongoing preservation and restoration efforts to enhance the grasslands and wetlands within the preserve.
The preserve is a great place to learn more about earth and water science and the importance of preserving natural habitats for wildlife and the good of the community.
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