Currently, the company has conservation projects to improve areas along the Ohio River, restoring small tallgrass prairie segments in Grant County and removing invasive species in Monongahela National Forrest.
He announced that their office was a recipient of a 2011 Outstanding State Program award from the national office.
Robert Steptoe, chairman of the state Nature Conservancy's Board of Trustes, said he wants to find more business partners by next year's dinner.
"We as a nature conservation want to find common solutions in business to show a value that nature bring to business," he said. "We can increase a scale of conservation and business-making and we need each other."
Reach Travis Crum at travis.c...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-5163.