ELKHART — Staff members and volunteers at the Elkhart Environmental Center rolled up their sleeves Thursday to plant a “rain garden” using native species.

“The difference this makes is incredible,” said Annette Webb, one of about 10 people who went to work at the site at 1717 E. Lusher Ave. “The pollinators especially just really benefit.”

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