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Dolton awarded environmental grant from ComEd, Openlands

To support habitats and other open-space projects throughout northern Illinois, ComEd and Openlands announced grants to 26 public agencies through the annual ComEd Green Region Program. Grantees each receive a one-time grant of up to $10,000 to support and improve open-space projects. To address the recent decline in pollinators in our service area, many of this year’s projects focus on enhancing pollinator habitats and protecting species, such as butterflies, bees, and others. Illinois is home to thousands of native pollinator species, which provide critical support to our region’s flowering and food plant populations. Read more.

In the south suburbs, the Village of Dolton was awarded a grant to beautify the Crossroads of the Midwest. The project is currently a dilapidated parcel of land in Dolton that will be by pollinated by planting flowers, bushes and trees.

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