Ready For Spring at Lewis & Clark Recreation Area

Want to know about new and replacement tree choices at Lewis & Clark Recreation Area? Trees on site are part of the trademark that draws thousands there to camp and enjoy outdoor recreation there each summer.

If you are considering trees to plant you might be interested in the kinds of trees they picked and avoided for qualities of hardiness to the region, attractive appearance, shade, pest and disease avoidance, and diversity.

Shane Bertsch, District Park Supervisor, Dale Dawson, Conservation Foreman, and other staff at Lewis & Clark Recreation Area discussed new non-ash shade trees and tree removal, park entrance and other landscaping in the article link below. Other staff updated the butterfly habitat continuing to mature in the article.

http://www.yankton.net/river_city/article_26d0b218-be3a-11e4-8e5c-ffd6b51ad999.html

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