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Pollinator garden

The Gloucester County Bee City Committee recently broke ground on a new pollinator garden at Beaverdam Park. Clean Community Coordinator and Bee City Committee liaison Sherry Kosakowski said the new garden is being created in stages including the removal of invasive barberry and nandina bushes in preparation for the planting of native and pollinator-friendly plants. Kosakowski, Rose Sullivan and Chris Conley, from left, are shown standing with shovels in hand as they work to clear space for the new garden.

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