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Sundown towns once drove out people of color or prohibited them from living within city limits. This practice started in the late 19th century, but the impact continues today. In Colorado, Chinese immigrants flocked to the state to find gold. They were tolerated in some mining camps and run out of others.
A closeup of a yellow bee pollinating a lavender flower.
Growth in the Treasure Valley is contributing to pollinator decline by eliminating plants birds and bees need to survive. But a new project is designed to bring those insects (and beautiful flowers!🌻 ) into hundreds of backyards. Will it make a dent?
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