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Documentary Filmmaker Spearheads Effort To Designate Yellow Springs As Wildlife Habitat Community

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A village-wide effort is underway in Yellow Springs to have the area designated as a National Wildlife Federation Wildlife Habitat Community. Catherine Zimmerman, a documentary filmmaker and environmentalist, is spearheading this effort alongside the Yellow Springs Environmental Commission, Tecumseh Land Trust, Community Solutions, and the Glen Helen Association.

For more information on what you can do to help this effort in Yellow Springs, visit the YS Wildlife Habitat Community Facebook group, or the village's page on the National Wildlife Federation website. For more information on Catherine Zimmerman and her work, visit TheMeadowProject.com.

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