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Executives to Help Clean Up Lake Mead Area
Executives to Help Clean Up Lake Mead Area


The Lake Mead area will get some cleanup help from unusual sources next week.

More than 200 executives from around the world will help beautify the Lake Mead National Recreation Area on February 11.

Newell Rubbermaid will be promoting sustainability as its top executives help clean up the park’s newly renovated visitors center and native plant nursery. They will be sanding, painting, raking, cleaning, making plant bed frames and restoring aquatic plants and willow trees. The corporation will be in southern Nevada for an annual meeting.

The Alan Bible Visitor Center has been closed since September 2010 while it received a $2.9 million renovation. It is scheduled to re-open in February. The Song Dog Native Plant Nursery produces more than 25,000 genetically native plants per year for Lake Mead campgrounds, housing and restoration projects, as well as other federal, state and local entities. It only produces plants native to southern Nevada and northern Arizona.

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