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Students Build Pollinator Garden At Fish Hatchery

September 9, 2013

VCSU conservation biology conservation biology students Friday shovel gravel for a walking path that will be part of a pollinator garden they are building in the Pomeroy farm site portion of the Valley City National Fish Hatchery.

Students in Valley City State University's conservation biology class spent part of Friday afternoon at the Valley City National Fish Hatchery picnic area, planning and and working on a pollinator garden they are working on as part of the class.
Said Casey Williams, VCSU fisheries biology professor at VCSU, “The students are building a pollinator garden, trying to get it ready to get native plants in the ground.”
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