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NiSource and NIPSCO are working to remove harmful invasive species and plant pollinator-friendly native plants in their rights of way, creating areas where imperiled pollinator species can survive and thrive, a statement from the utility said.

MERRILLVILLE — June was National Pollinator Month, and NIPSCO and NiSource are taking steps to help pollinators in the thousands of miles of rights of way they service across the country.

Company employees have committed to taking innovative approaches to managing the land below their lines, a statement from the utility said. Experts from NiSource and NIPSCO work to remove harmful invasive species and plant pollinator-friendly native plants in their place, creating areas where imperiled pollinator species can survive and thrive.

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