Since 1999, Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc. has been the national corporate sponsor of the National Environmental Education Foundation's (NEEF) National Public Lands Day. In 2011, Toyota and NEEF also formed a new partnership to launch the Public Lands Every Day to build capacity for friends organizations supporting public lands throughout the nation. 


NPLD & Toyota: 17 Years of Partnership

2015 marked the 17th year of partnership between Toyota and National Public Lands Day. Toyota encourages their employees to get involved in NPLD activities throughout the nation by helping to care for parks, forests, rivers, beaches, shorelines and other public lands.

View Toyota sites that participated in NPLD 2015.

On Saturday, September 26, 2015, more than 3,000 volunteers participated in Toyota NPLD events at 41 different public land areas.

  • View lists of Toyota sites that participated in NPLD 20142013 and 2012.

If your Toyota office would like to be a part of National Public Lands Day, email us at [email protected]

Toyota's Karen Matsuyama (left) and David Lee (right) celebrate with Secretary Sally Jewell during NPLD's Urban Campout in Atlanta in September 2013.
The National Environmental Education Foundation's Prius, generously donated by Toyota.Toyota operates under a Global Earth Charter which was set forth to promote environmental responsibility for every aspect of the company and significantly reduce the impact that Toyota's vehicles have on the planet. Sponsorship of national and regional environmental preservation projects is just one of many areas in which Toyota has proven its environmental stewardship. The company created the world's first mass-produced, clean-running gas/electric hybrid car, the Prius, which has received numerous environmental awards, most notably from the Sierra Club and National Wildlife Federation.