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Old 05-03-2009, 08:10 AM   #1
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Default The Nature Conservancy and Meijer Encourage Non-Invasive Plants

The Nature Conservancy and Meijer Encourage Non-Invasive Plants
Partnership kicks off third year
April 29, 2009

The Nature Conservancy in Ohio - The Nature Conservancy and Meijer Encourage Non-Invasive Plants
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The Nature Conservancy and Meijer stores are working together again to encourage shoppers to select non-invasive plants, trees and shrubs for their backyard gardens this Spring – and are making it easy by offering “Recommended Non-Invasive” plants at all 185 Meijer stores throughout the Midwest.
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Since the partnership with the Conservancy began, Meijer has removed three known invasive plants from their inventory: privet, Norway maple and Lombardy poplar.
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