Biodiversity Enhancement of Pollinator Gardens in Our Corporate Land
The Ricoh Group’s biodiversity conservation initiative began in March 2009. Since that time, Ricoh Americas Corporation has been committed to promoting the Earth’s self-recovery capabilities. Our business activities also strive to reduce our impact on the environment. In November 2013, employee volunteers created pollinator gardens by planting native flowers, grass, and ferns on our own corporate land (West Caldwell, NJ), with Wildlife Habitat Council’s technical support.
Conserving pollinators is one of the important efforts of biodiversity conservation. Providing a habitat full of native plants to native pollinators will enhance local ecosystems. Native pollinators will contribute to helping bear fruits, providing food to other wildlife, and increasing healthy ecosystems. We will keep raising awareness of our commitment to biodiversity conservation through our commitment of these intiatives.
To learn more about the Ricoh Group’s biodiversity conservation activities, please visit Global Biodiversity
To learn more about Wildlife Habitat Council, please visit Wildlife Habitat Council