Timberland employees have embarked on more than a month of community service activities worldwide. Starting on Sept. 8, the company's Serv-a-palooza initiative began, with its goal of meeting communities' critical needs and creating sustainable impact. The annual project started 14 years ago as a one-day event geared toward getting Timberland employees away from their offices and out in their communities. This year's activities include planting 1,000 trees in Suan Sri Nakon Khuan Khan, a national park in Thailand that is considered the “lungs” of Bangkok; cleaning up a stream and the land at Beale Park in Reading, England, home to numerous animal species and preservation area for rare and endangered birds; and building trails at Betasso Preserve, an open space near Boulder, Colorado.