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BASF has been committed to conservation projects in North America for years: It began in 2002 when BASF created a scenic habitat near its plant in Fighting Island, Canada. In 2004, it installed nesting boxes for various species of birds at its location in Whitehouse, Ohio. BASF developed a wildlife habitat in Rensselear, New York, in 2008. For all three projects, it received conservation certification from the Wildlife Habitat Council.