Bees Depend on Chicago's Green Spaces
Millennium Park's Lurie Garden is just one crucial food source for the pollinators.
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Cities might not look like the ideal habitat for wild creatures, but bees, at least, can thrive in urban green spaces. Chicago’s Lurie Garden, in Millennium Park, is one such critical source of flower pollen for Windy City bees. Read on for more on bee’s falling populations and research supporting the importance of setting aside urban gardens to support them.