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Pincourt pollinators protected


The Town of Pincourt is also taking steps to entice pollinators by leaving a number of natural spaces undisturbed to provide a natural habitat.

“Pollination is an essential process in plant reproduction. Approximately 40 per cent of the food we eat is derived indirectly or directly from the work of bees and their pollination of fruits and vegetables,” wrote Ville de Pincourt Communications Agent Geneviève Groleau in response to The Journal’s inquiry.

“In order to promote biodiversity on its territory, the Town of Pincourt has naturalized specific green spaces. By giving free rein to spontaneous flowering and by reducing grass cutting, nature is taking back its course.”

For more info contact Vicky Sauvé: v.sauve@villepincourt.qc.ca.

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