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Creating a buzz in Detroit's vacant lots
by Nick Mordowanec
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7 January 2020
On 7 January 2020 Envieonmental Health News reported:
Across Detroit, unused space is being used for urban gardening, farms and, increasingly, bees. As bees decline around the world, urban entrepreneurs like Timothy Paule Jackson, formerly a self-employed entrepreneur in commercial photography and advertising, are trying to fill the void. Detroit Hives is one of the city's two major beekeeping nonprofits, combining to operate nearly 200 hives in the metro area.
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