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6:45 am
Thu August 14, 2014

ODOT Trying To Help Honeybee Population Flourish

The Ohio Department of Transportation is using a roadway in Ross County as a path for honeybees to do their work. 

ODOT officials say wildflowers planted in the median of State Route 207 help create habitats and feeding grounds for bees.  They're hoping the project helps honeybee colonies flourish while beautifying the highway and reducing the cost of mowing.