Monsanto's Haleiwa Farm Receives Wildlife Habitat Certification

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Friday March 3, 2017

Monsanto Hawaii recently received the prestigious “Wildlife at Work” certification by the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) for conservation efforts at Monsanto’s Haleiwa farm. The WHC is a national organization that promotes and certifies habitat conservation and management on corporate lands. In 2015, Monsanto Hawaii was the first organization in the state to achieve WHC recognition with the certification of its Molokai farm. Learn more about the conservation efforts in the full release here.

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