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Community Involvement

NEXUS recognizes that operating in communities is a privilege. We manage our business in a way that promotes social, environmental and economic benefits for our stakeholders. As part of our stakeholder engagement efforts, NEXUS partners with communities located along the pipeline route to support programs in education, workforce development, community vitality and environmental stewardship. In Ohio and Michigan, NEXUS has contributed almost $1 million in community grant funding.

Partnering with First Responders in Northern Ohio

First responders are the backbone of communities across the United States, but it’s easy to take for granted the firefighters, police officers and emergency medical responders who keep us safe.

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Children Learn Through The Arts At The Sandusky State Theatre

The arts are a vital component of a child’s education. In fact, you probably learned the alphabet by singing it in a simple song.

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Community Enjoys a Michigan Ponds Revitalized Native Ecosystem

Scenic Rolling Hills County Park is Washtenaw County’s cozy outdoor destination for recreation. Residents and visitors in the area come to the park year round to take part in the fun for all ages.

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Ohio Native Pollinator Gardens Promote Community Learning

How beautiful are the blooming flowers of spring? What’s better than the sweet taste of strawberries on a hot summer day? These simple pleasures are some of the finest things life has to offer, and whether you’re 2 years old or 92 years old, they can be enjoyed by just about anyone.

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Saving The Historic Willow Run Bomber Plant

What does the United States do when it needs 18,000 B-24 bombers? It looks to Michigan, where in 1941 the largest manufacturing plant of its time was constructed by Ford Motor Co.’s Charles Sorenson. The 5 million square foot Willow Run facility—known as the “Bomber Plant”—was designed to meet the demands of a war that would be decided in the air.

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Supporting Tomorrow's Workforce

As the economy continues to grow in the Lake Erie region, so does the demand for construction and engineering workforce development programs. In most cities and towns, you don’t have to look far to find some sort of development site. With this recent uptick in activity, an experienced, skilled workforce is a highly sought after commodity.

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Growing Medina County's Economy

When it comes to high-quality living, look no further than Medina County. For the past two decades, it has been the fastest growing county in Northern Ohio.

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