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Conservation group to revamp 1,500 vacant lots in Michigan
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29 April 2018
On 29 April 2018 The Associated Press reported:
A conservation group is beginning a three-year drive to revamp about 1,500 vacant lots in east-central Michigan by planting flowers. The Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy started its campaign last week to transform nearly half of the 3,000 vacant lots owned by the Saginaw County Land Bank into plots planted with flowers, the Saginaw News reported. 'It started out as a conservation idea -- pollinators are imperiled they're declining all over the world,' said Zachary Branigan, executive director of the conservancy.
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