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Asbury Celebrates Earth Day 2017
Thanks to the joint efforts of residents and associates of our retirement communities, Asbury campuses offer havens for wildlife and plenty of places for appreciating nature's beauty. Through fleet management, recycling, and other programs, Asbury has also substantially reduced its carbon footprint, waste, and water usage in the last five years. We hope you enjoy our photo gallery below. Happy Earth Day from Asbury!
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Asbury Methodist Village, in Gaithersburg, Md., is certified as a WIldlife at Work site by the Wildlife Habitat Council.×
Fox, deer, bluebirds, and other wildlife make their homes in the 17-acre Wildlife Preserve at Asbury Methodist Village.×
Butterflies enjoy asters in a large butterfly garden created by a former entomology professor who is now a resident of Springhill Senior Living, in Erie, Pa.×
Residents of Asbury Solomons in Solomons, Md., recently built a new, improved home for the ospreys that nest off of their dock.×
A visiting grandchild enjoys the Patuxent River beach at Asbury Solomons. In the past five years, residents have grown more than 1.5 million water-filtering oysters and added them to the community's breakwaters, pictured in the background.×
The meadow at Inverness Village, in Tulsa, Okla., is awash with goldenrod and Indian paintbrush.×
The Inverness Village pond, shown at sunrise, is stocked with trout and provides a habitat for waterfowl and other creatures.×
Asbury Place is located at Kingsport, Tenn., and Maryville, Tenn. Both campuses sit within sight of the Great Smokey Mountains.×