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    In recent years, Apache Foundation has worked hard to improve the quality and condition of Clear and Piney creeks, which flow through Ucross Ranch.
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    Academic research scientists – including both faculty and students – can play a critical role in driving scientific and technical progress in the oil and gas industry and helping to explore solutions to difficult challenges. Apache is a strong supporter of scientific inquiry at several universities.
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    Apache is committed to protecting the environment and the health, safety and quality of life of local communities everywhere we operate — whether we are developing hydrocarbons in conventional or unconventional resources.
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    These “grain bin” style tanks are used for recycling produced water in the Ketchum Mountain area.
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    In 2015, Apache helped form the Permian Road Safety Coalition, a collaboration between industry peers, government officials, researchers and community members to make local roads safer.
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    Apache’s workforce contributes to identifying, assessing and mitigating risks associated with our operations.

Apache Corporation Tree Program

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    Houston Mayor Annise Parker and Apache President Roger Plank plant a tree in Houston's Memorial Park for Arbor Day 2012.
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    Following wildfires that ravaged Bastrop County in 2011, Apache donated the money to germinate 550,000 loblolly pine trees in Bastrop and Buescher state parks.
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    A donation from Apache to grow pine trees in Bastrop parks may help restore the habitat of the endangered Houston Toad.
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    Apache Corporation, through the Apache Tree Program, donated some 3,000 trees as part of an effort to restore the Gettysburg battlefield to a state that is the closest to its appearance since the days the first shots rang out on July 1, 1863.
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    In 1863, every farm in Gettysburg had a small orchard outside their home, primarily peaches and apples. The orchards were destroyed during the battle at Gettysburg and recently replanted via trees donated by the Apache Tree Program.
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    Pictured is a peach orchard that has been replanted as part of the restoration of the Gettysburg battlefield. Apache Corp., through the Apache Tree Program, donated some 3,000 trees toward the restoration effort.

Apache Outreach

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    Latiffe Amado from Environmental Science and Technology School in Los Angeles received a 2013 Fund for Teachers fellowship to join environmental conservation efforts in Nepal. Learn more about Fund for Teachers at
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    Andrew Lindsey from Hastings High School in Houston received a 2012 Fund for Teachers fellowship to tour homes and laboratories of famous scientists in England, France, and Germany to introduce students to the people behind the discoveries. Learn more about Fund for Teachers at
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    2012 Fund for Teachers Fellow Kiana Guerrero from Banana Kelly High School in New York studied sustainability models to expand students’ understanding of “green” technology. Learn more about Fund for Teachers at
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    The mission of Springboard - Educating the Future is to encourage innovative partnerships to increase education opportunities for disadvantaged children. Visit for more information.
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    Springboard schools provide girls with an opportunity to learn to read and write, to add numbers and to manage skills that will help them make life better for them, their families and their villages. Visit for more information.
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    Apache supports educational opportunities for young girls attending 200 Apache-built, one-room schools in remote rural areas where girls traditionally have been deprived of educational opportunities due to geographic, social and economic constraints. Visit for more information.

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