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Iowa city opens park to help pollinators thrive
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27 May 2018
On 27 May 2018 The Associated Press reported:
Officials and volunteers in eastern Iowa have opened a park on a former vacant lot with hopes of increasing habitat for bees, butterflies and other insects and demonstrating the importance of such efforts. The Pollinator Park opened in Muscatine (Iowa) May 19, the Muscatine Journal reported. Volunteers from Nature Conservancy of Iowa, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, Muscatine County Conservation Board, and City of Muscatine helped with the project.
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