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Rockfarm CARE Team’s Two New Projects: A Leap Towards Sustainability

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We are thrilled to spotlight two groundbreaking projects that will significantly contribute to reducing our carbon footprint and promoting healthy land stewardship. With the installation of cutting-edge solar panels at our HQ offices in Dubuque, we are embracing renewable energy and offsetting CO2 emissions. Additionally, as proud sponsors of the Watershed CAARE Greenhouse program at The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium, we are fostering the growth of pollinator-friendly, native plant species to educate visitors, particularly school-age children, about the vital role of land stewardship and the significance of pollinators like Monarch Butterflies.

Harnessing Solar Power for a Sustainable Future

At Rockfarm, we understand the need to transition to renewable energy sources. With our newly installed solar panels, we have taken a monumental step toward reducing our carbon footprint. These cutting-edge panels generate clean and sustainable energy, making our HQ offices in Dubuque more environmentally friendly. By embracing solar power, we are not only reducing our dependence on fossil fuels but also mitigating the harmful CO2 emissions that contribute to climate change.

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The installation of solar panels demonstrates our commitment to sustainability and serves as a shining example for other organizations to follow. We believe that every action, no matter how small, contributes to a brighter and greener future. Through this initiative, we are not only leading the way in reducing environmental impact but also inspiring others to adopt similar measures.

Fostering Land Stewardship through the Watershed CAARE Greenhouse Program

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As proud sponsors of the Watershed CAARE Greenhouse program at The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium, Rockfarm recognizes the importance of healthy land stewardship and its impact on pollinators like the Monarch Butterfly. The greenhouse has become a thriving hub for growing pollinator-friendly, native plant species, enriching the local ecosystem and supporting the conservation of these vital creatures.

The Watershed CAARE Greenhouse program serves as an educational platform, specifically targeting school-age children, to learn about the significance of healthy land stewardship and the interdependence between plants and pollinators. Through interactive exhibits, workshops, and guided tours, visitors gain insights into the crucial role pollinators play in maintaining a sustainable ecosystem.

By supporting this program, Rockfarm aims to create awareness about the importance of protecting pollinators and preserving their habitats. We firmly believe that educating young minds about sustainable practices will foster a generation of environmentally conscious individuals who will work towards creating a greener future.

Rockfarm’s installation of solar panels and sponsorship of the Watershed CAARE Greenhouse program exemplifies our commitment to environmental sustainability. Through these projects, we are taking proactive steps to reduce our carbon footprint and inspire others to join the movement towards a greener planet.



Sustainability, Rockfarm CARE Team’s Two New Projects: A Leap Towards Sustainability


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Alana’s passion for communication and background in logistics led her to Rockfarm Supply Chain Solutions in 2020. Since then, she has also become a leader on the Rockfarm CARE team where she gets to give back to the team and communities that she cares for.

At home in St. Louis, Alana can be found grabbing a bite at the newest vegetarian spots and rocking out at one of the many music venues in town.

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