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Save The Bays Plants 15 Neem Trees on GB Humane Society Grounds


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Active environmental advocacy and education group Save The Bays took its greener is better message to a different kind of platform recently, far from the halls of government and the courts right to the Grand Bahama Humane Society.

The organization planted 15 neem trees on Humane Society grounds.

Grand Bahama has had so many challenges with a slow economy and one storm after another hitting the island including most recently Hurricane Irma, said Save The Bays Chairman Joe Darville...

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