Native plants, pollinators and water can work together to maintain a healthy environment. White River Alliance Director Jill Hoffmann spoke to WFYI’s Taylor Bennett about the role native plants play in a healthy ecosystem and the work being done to promote them to the community.
News • Public Affairs / July 22, 2019
White River Alliance Works To Promote Healthy Ecosystems For Pollinators
White River Alliance Works To Promote Healthy Ecosystems For PollinatorsWhite River Alliance Director Jill Hoffmann talks with WFYI's Taylor Bennett about the role native plants play in a healthy ecosystem.urlWhite River Alliance, pollinators, water, gardening2019-07-22T00:00:00-04:002019-07-22T00:00:00-04:00
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