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Tyson Food supports efforts of local non-profit

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FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Tyson Foods has long-supported the efforts of Forsyth County non-profit, Reaping Nature Educational Outreach Foundation, and its programs to promote environmental education and awareness.

Tyson Representatives have been involved in Reaping Nature’s recycling and water conservation presentations, constructed and installed compost bins, and sponsored and participated in the Five Points Challenge 5K. Tyson partners with Friends of Tony, a Forsyth non-profit, to hold the Five Points Challenge 5K.

In the 2017 school year, Tyson will partner with Reaping Nature to construct compost bins for Forsyth schools.

Tyson is a returning Buck Sponsor of the Five Points Challenge 5K. On Nov. 4, the Windermere Community at 4444 Front Nine Drive will hold the fifth annual event.

For more information regarding the Five Points Challenge 5K and other programs, visit reapingnature.org or email info@reapingnature.com.


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