Yankton’s Plant Culture Not Forgotten

LaDawn Remington of Yankton worked at Gurney Seed & Nursery for many years as seasonal help before the company left Yankton in 2002. Her parents worked there before she was born. Many others in the drive-in region remember Gurney growing fields. If a business can influence people’s views about plants, then some of those views still remain.

Remington wears an authentic Gurney apron she found at a garage sale. She recalls the influence that working at Gurney’s had on her.

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See the article that appeared in the Yankton Press & Dakotan earlier at this link:

http://www.yankton.net/river_city/article_7311aca0-78c2-11e7-a712-c34271a7d5ac.html

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