This April, High Swartz is excited to serve the community through a contribution to the Norristown Farm Park. Employees have volunteered to participate in trail maintenance and gardening projects to prepare the park for its most active seasons. Additionally, High Swartz is donating Dogwood trees that will line the edge of the park along West Sterigere Street.
A working farm since the mid-18th century, the Farm Park covers 690 acres of Montgomery County and offers a unique and historical experience to all its visitors. The park works to preserve its diverse agricultural and wildlife species that inhabit the forest areas, working fields, wetlands and streams. Not only does the park host birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians, but it also provides activities and scenery for the community. Eight miles of both natural and paved trails extend through the park and allow for fishing, biking, cross-country skiing, hiking, and even picnicking. High Swartz is pleased to contribute to such an important organization in our community.
To learn more about the Norristown Farm Park and how to get involved, please visit the links below:
In celebration of Earth Day this April, High Swartz is also increasing its efforts for a more sustainable practice. Our attorneys and staff are committed to only printing when necessary, using reusable glassware and chinaware, and recycling paper, cardboard and cans. Furthermore, High Swartz is encouraging its staff and clients to go green with our new reusable grocery bags made from recycled materials. High Swartz is also proud to work with RecycleYourEmpties.com, a company that recycles our ink cartridges and donates all proceeds to the American Cancer Society and Relay for Life.