One way we have achieved this in the United States is through environmental stewardship – which for 100 years has enabled us to help protect and preserve the communities where we work and live. Since 1999, Shell has focused our partnerships with many key environmental NGOs in the U.S. to protect more than 13 million acres of wetlands, clean and remove 600,000 pounds of debris from shoreline with the help of Shell volunteers, and conserve more than 1.8 million acres of critical habitat.

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Northwest Straits Foundation awarded $10,000 grant from Shell Puget Sound Refinery

Funding will support the purchase of research equipment and monitoring of European green crabs by the Skagit County Marine Resources Committee (MRC) and its project partners.

Northwest Straits foundation awarded $10,000 grant

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