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Starksboro projects aid pollinators and other wildlife

VOLUNTEERS PLANT 80 trees in conserved land in a meadow adjacent to Starksboro’s Creekside Hiking Trail as part of a project to enhance habitat for pollinators earlier this year.

A white clapboard church sits on Route 116 in the center of Starksboro village. At the front steps of this Baptist church are two container gardens, now home to pollinator-friendly plants. 

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