Our National Parks are America’s favorite places. They are treasured landscapes and pieces of our history set aside for future generations to explore, but they face a major challenge: how to deal with the over 100 million pounds of trash left behind by visitors every year.
To help our parks better manage this challenge, the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) — the nation’s foremost parks advocacy group — and Subaru of America — one of the nation’s leading innovators in zero-landfill strategies — joined forces to see how Subaru’s zero-landfill experience could be applied to help our National Parks.
The partnership’s first year, 2015, focused on identifying three pilot parks: Denali, Grand Teton, and Yosemite National Parks. Developing baseline waste/diversion data, engaging stakeholders, brainstorming ideas, and developing park-specific zero-landfill action plans is the focus of this groundbreaking partnership.
Learn more about our partnership with the National Parks Conservation Association.
As a dedicated partner of the National Park Foundation, Subaru of America has provided critical support to more than 100 National Parks.
Since 1999, Subaru has been the official vehicle of this organization and a proud partner, working together to create the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer Program.
Over the past three years, Subaru and our retailers have partnered with TerraCycle® to help transform trash into useful durable goods that benefit our communities.
Subaru and their retailers have partnered with the National Forest Foundation to help replant 500,000 trees in areas devastated by the California wildfires.
Interested in becoming a partner with Subaru? Just fill out our partnership request form.