U.S. Borax creates new program, Coins Against Cancer, to help fund healthcare in eastern Kern County at Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley.
During our special National Parks Pass Contest, we asked entrants which park they would visit first if they won a complimentary annual pass. See which park came out on top!
Home to our original operations, Death Valley will always be special to U.S. Borax. Learn about our initial efforts to promote tourism in Death Valley—and how we’re still supporting the area today.
What began as a grassroots effort to save a swimming pool, has ended in a celebration of vision, partnership, and hard work. On October 21, a triumphant group of community volunteers, school and business leaders, government officials, and local school children met at the Boron High School swimming pool to cut the ribbon and declare the pool open.
At U.S. Borax, we believe education is the foundation for pioneering progress. Over the course of our 150 years in operation, we have supported—and continue to support—local education.
Every year, the Borax Visitor Center Foundation awards scholarships to the seniors from Boron High School. We're happy to announce this year's winners.
U.S. Borax California operations donates $10,000 to the Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley Foundation to help improve early detection of breast cancer.
MB Garrison, our manager of external affairs, communities, and communications, discusses what the International Day of Disabled Persons means to her. This day is to promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilize support for the dignity, rights, and well-being of persons with disabilities.
U.S. Borax partnered with the Muroc Joint Unified School District to support the protective mask mandate.
U.S. Borax is helping raise the funds needed to rebuild our community's only public pool.