POLLINATION... Researchers hope more bees will be active locally at the completion of the Securing Pollination project. POLLINATION... Researchers hope more bees will be active locally at the completion of the Securing Pollination project.

Getting a buzz out of the environment

UNIVERSITY of Adelaide and Trees for Life are looking for volunteers for an upcoming project.

Interested parties will help plant native tubestock near Yorketown as part of the Securing Pollination project on Saturday, July 28.

Adelaide Uni researcher Nick Gellie said the plants are all local and have been specifically chosen to encourage pollinators.

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