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Ohio Wildlife Division to create fish habitat at Mill Creek Park for Earth Day

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio- The Ohio Division of Wildlife will be creating a fish habitat in celebration of Earth Day at Mill Creek Park.

The organization will sink 40 Christmas trees provided by the Mahoning County Green Team in Lake Glacier, according to a release.

The division said that Christmas trees are ideal for habitats because they are available and provide shade and shelter for fish.

 

 

 

 

 

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