Community Blooms

By Stephanie Rico
April 1st, 2014

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To help increase support of the communities where we live and work, Wells Fargo has launched the Community Blooms campaign. Each April, we’ll promote volunteer participation and contribution to these four worthwhile national events. Learn more at www.wellsfargo.com/communityblooms.

Stephanie Rico

Stephanie Rico

Stephanie focuses on helping Wells Fargo achieve its goal of accelerating a transition to a “greener” economy via finance and support of our customers who are looking to take advantage of the benefits of renewable energy and clean technology. Stephanie has a BA in Social Science, Interdisciplinary Studies from San Francisco State University and an MBA from DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business.

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Gordon Piperon April 21, 2014 at 11:16 pm:

I enjoyed the article by Stephanie Rico on Protecting Honeybees and Their Fragile Ecosystem. I Chair the Oakland Landscape Committee in Oakland California, and have been working in multiple Oakland public gardens/parks in the last few years in adding more pollinator and native plants to support bees and other pollinators. We added approximately 3000 plants last year, and hope to continue this effort in 2014 and 2015 in multiple sites. We have involved crews of at-risk youth in the County of Alameda Probation Department in regular Saturday workdays in our efforts to add pollinator plants and to support threatened bee populations.We have also been working on encouraging growers of plants to cut down or eliminate use of some pesticides that can impact bees.
We hope to partner with Wells Fargo and Wells Fargo Green Teams on expanding pollinator habitat in the near future. Great focus area for your environmental efforts! Would like to communicate with Stephanie/others at Wells Fargo.

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