Keep Mississippi Beautiful’s “Wildflower Trails” are Taking Bloom

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Keep Mississippi Beautiful’s “Wildflower Trails” are Taking Bloom

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Friday, August 5, 2016 - 2:00pm

Mississippi is well known for its natural beauty. But over the years, the amount of native wildflowers has dwindled because of the common threats of habitat loss and invasive plants.

To address the loss of wildflowers, Keep America Beautiful state affiliate Keep Mississippi Beautiful (KMB) took action to transform its public spaces into beautiful places by launching the Wildflower Trails of Mississippi project during Keep America Beautiful’s 2015 Great American Cleanup.

After a year of working with many community partners and volunteers, the project is blooming, planting the seeds to ensure Mississippi residents and visitors to the Magnolia state -- as well as pollinators -- will appreciate the sights and smells of wildflowers. The project complements other KMB beautification initiatives throughout the state.

Keep America Beautiful conducts its National Planting Day on the first Saturday after Labor Day each September with community-based activities happening throughout the month. Continue reading here.





Mike Rosen
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Keep America Beautiful
Larry Kaufman
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Keep America Beautiful
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