Nature’s Way has always been about helping people to find healthy choices. I learned a long time ago that diet and nutrition play a huge role in people’s health. But for just as long, I’ve known that outdoor recreation is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle. If you’ve talked to me over the years, you know that I’m always enthusiastic about getting outside.
There is an outdoor sport for everyone, no matter what your age or physical prowess. The trails in our area make it simple to walk, run, bike, ski, or even roll a wheel chair for some exercise and fresh air. Others use the trails to watch birds or wildlife, and some trails offer access to hunting and fishing areas. Likewise we have many rivers and lakes available for canoeing, kayaking, and swimming, and our mountain ridges are the perfect playground for getting close to nature.
The opportunities are there. Get outside and enjoy it.
2006 Western Pennsylvania Environmental Award Finalist
The Western Pennsylvania Environmental Awards Program recognizes and honors outstanding achievements of organizations, businesses, schools, and individuals in a wide range of environmental initiatives throughout the region. These awards pay tribute to those who have a commitment to environmental excellence, leadership, and accomplishment in their respective fields. By sponsoring these awards, Dominion and the Pennsylvania Environmental Council encourage the community to emulate the achievements of the successful nominees, thereby promoting innovative environmental efforts and enhancing the quality of life in western Pennsylvania.
Nature's Way Joins 1% For the Planet
In 2005 Nature’s Way became one of the first businesses to participate in the 1% For the Planet campaign, an alliance of businesses donating 1% of the net sales to the natural environment. This resulted in $14,000 donation to the Conemaugh Valley Conservancy (CVC), whose mission is to promote the conservation and preservation of natural, historic, and cultural resources and to encourage prudent land-use practices in the Kiski-Conemaugh River Basin. Additional monies were provided to the Mountain Watershed Association for abandoned mine drainage clean-ups.
Kitty-- Kitty opened the doors of Nature's Way May 13, 1977 and has been bringing the best of health and wellness to Greensburg ever since.
Kara, has worked at Nature's Way Market for 7 years and is beginning her third year as manager.
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