SOURCE: Land Betterment CorporationDESCRIPTION:
FISHERS, Ind., November 24, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Land Betterment Corporation (“Land Betterment” or the “Company”), an environmental solutions company fostering positive impact through upcycling former coal mining sites to create sustainable community development and job creation, is proud to release Episode 19 of its Impact Minute video blog. The impact Minute is a weekly, short video series where members of the Company’s management team and sustainability thought leaders discuss entrepreneurship and impact investing that aim to address environmental and social issues. In this episode, Safe Food En Route’s Founder and CEO Jennifer Crandall discusses the perseverance needed to grow a business as a founder, and the willingness to ask for help.
To view Episode 19 of the Impact Minute on Land Betterment’s YouTube Channel visit: https://youtu.be/CazmImuq2Dw
About Safe Food En Route, LLC
Safe Food En Route is a Certified Woman’s Business Enterprise focused on evening the playing field in the food industry. Entrepreneurs and family owned food business can obtain a full suite of regulatory compliance through the Safe Food En Route team of experts. You get the corporate feel with the personal touch of a small business. Please visit www.safefoodenroute.com for more information.
About Land Betterment Corporation
Land Betterment Corporation, an Indiana Benefit Corporation and Pending B-Corp, is an environmental solutions company focused on fostering a positive impact through upcycling former coal mining sites to create sustainable community development and job creation. The Company utilizes a complete solution-based lifecycle program to restore and rehabilitate the environment and revitalize communities in need of change and opportunity. Land Betterment accomplishes this by identifying un-reclaimed, run-down and neglected coal mining sites, fixing the environment through reclamation and remediation, and then repurposing the land to support a sustainable business that serves the community. Land Betterment firmly believes that with real solutions it is possible for restoration of impacted areas to live side-by-side long term employment, while building sustainable and safe surroundings for communities and our planet. For more information visit landbetterment.com or connect with the Company on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
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Source: Land Betterment Corporation
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