Green news - July 2018

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Museum honours ecology activist

Jean-Marie Pelt Nature Museum

A ‘natural museum’ dedicated to Jean-Marie Pelt, the celebrated biologist, botanist and ecology pioneer from Metz, has been inaugurated in Ogy-Montoy-Flanville, east of the Grand Est city.

Spread over four hectares, the ‘museum’ boasts nine themed gardens, chickens, geese, 120 species of plants, a two-kilometre trail of heritage vegetables, medicinal plants, and a beehive school. There are also allotments for the cultivation of fruit and vegetables, ...

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