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City pollinator research project attracts keen public support

Image: Louise Docker [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

A Sydney environmental researcher is working with local communities to plant and protect a “super-highway” for bees, butterflies and other pollinators across the city’s suburbs.

Judy Friedlander, a former journalist and PhD student at the University of Sydney Technology, has set up an organisation called FoodFaith to work with local governments, churches and mosques on community environment projects.

One of these is the Sydney B&B Highway, which aims to plant community gardens and will provide food and habitat for the city’s declining insect populations.

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