Gail Plaisance, left, of Raleigh, and Sarah Beard, right, of Durham, work on their pollinator hotels Sunday at The Scrap Exchange. The hotels attract bees and other pollinators that help flowers and vegetables grow.
Gail Plaisance, left, of Raleigh, and Sarah Beard, right, of Durham, work on their pollinator hotels Sunday at The Scrap Exchange. The hotels attract bees and other pollinators that help flowers and vegetables grow. Ana Irizarry arizarry@heraldsun.com
Gail Plaisance, left, of Raleigh, and Sarah Beard, right, of Durham, work on their pollinator hotels Sunday at The Scrap Exchange. The hotels attract bees and other pollinators that help flowers and vegetables grow. Ana Irizarry arizarry@heraldsun.com

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