Posts Tagged ‘Minneapolis’

Plan bee in the Twin Cities

Nestled in community gardens near the Mississippi River, teens and Wells Fargo Green Team Minnesota volunteers created 21 “pop-up” gardens. Working with the Minnesota Arboretum, these four-foot plots …

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Wells Fargo’s new office buildings to help revitalize downtown Minneapolis neighborhood

Wells Fargo executives – including CEO John Stumpf – joined Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton and other top elected officials on May 13 in downtown Minneapolis to officially break …

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Rebuilding Together, take 2

April 28th marked Rebuilding Together Day Rebuilding Together is an incredible nonprofit that provides critical home repairs, safety modifications, and improvements like energy efficiency work for low-income homeowners throughout the U.S. The organization rebuilds homes at no cost to the…

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A busy April

April is here! That means it is a particularly busy time for Wells Fargo. Between National Volunteerism Week (April 16-20), Earth Day (April 22), Teach Children to Save Day (April 24), and Rebuilding Together Day (April 28), all of our…

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Bike commuters unite!

As you know from the posts of my amazing colleague Sheri Lucas, bike commuting is a big deal around Wells Fargo. Knowing that, according to EPA estimates, for every gallon of gas we save, we also eliminate 19 pounds of…

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Engaging team members through eco art

Update (01/10): Many thanks to Deborah Fleischman for covering our Wells Fargo Green Teams in a recent post to her Green Impact blog and also to the team at Green Biz for reposting! Last year, Wells Fargo had the opportunity…

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A “green” oasis amidst the concrete

Many cities focus on building outdoor common space as a way to revitalize an area and create a sense of community through shared recreation. Minneapolis, Minn., really takes this to heart — it has created several unique parks, such as…

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