Corporate Adopt a Crags

This year, the SLCA asked local businesses to bring their employees out to give back to the places they love to play through stewardship of the climbing resource in the Wasatch. Many companies came out to support – here are two…

Eric, Jedidiah, and Alex are all on the Cryptographic Services team within Cisco’s Information Security group. Cisco believes that being socially and environmentally responsible is good for people and the planet, and is essential to the long-term sustainability of our business. They have come out to volunteer with the SLCA for trail and staging area work a few times this year at the Lower LCC Project.

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“At Energy Resources Integration, LLC our guiding principles of professional responsibility and business ethics are coupled with a culture of safety and environmental stewardship.    These principles give our technically competent workforce the proper guidance and resources to effectively deliver the energy engineering and management consulting services to our clients, ultimately resulting in operational and energy cost savings which are realized at their utility meter to improve their bottom line and reduce the impact on our planet.  This impact to the planet is not quickly nor easily seen/realized by the employees as they result is the non-consumption of energy.  Additionally, the results of our work are at customer’s sites (not our location) and the resultant long term impacts to the planet are seen elsewhere.  Being able to partner with an organization such as the Salt Lake Climbers Alliance to perform environmental improvements on our public lands on projects such as the Grit Mill multiple use trail allows our employees to physically be a part of, and see the results of, their labor within the context of environmental stewardship.  Thank you.” Luke Werner, P.E., Energy Resources Integration, LLC

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