Employees of St. Louis Park, Minnesota-based CPA firm Froehling Anderson did some heavy lifting at the nearby Voyageur Environmental Center Oct. 28, distributing wood chips around the team building obstacle courses and moving rocks to protect cabins from precipitation runoff.

“As a firm we are committed to Voyageur Environmental Center,” said Gary Dosdall, Froehling Anderson chief operating officer. “We are proud to partner with an organization that is essential to the youth of the Twin Cities.”

Located in Mound, Minn., the Voyageur Environmental Education Center is a year-round facility owned and run by the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities. It features a beaver pond, pine forest, sleeping cabins and hiking trails.