Tagged with Pollinator plots

The Plots Thicken

Pollinator plots continue at Lewis & Clark Recreation Area after challenging weed and weather issues of the past five years. Shane Bertsch, District Park Supervisor at Lewis & Clark Recreation Area and Dale Dawson, Conservation Foreman there, planned and implemented large wildflower and native grass pollinator plots at the park entrance. Wildflowers such as these … Continue reading

What’s Happened at the Pollinator Plot?

Pollinator plots draw butterflies and other pollinators and provide habitat for the insects and other wildlife. By the entrance to Lewis & Clark Recreation Area, two plots of wildflowers and native grasses are now dormant. Yankton students snow-casted flower seeds last spring. Shelby Bertsch, who helped plant wildflower seed for the plot stands with her … Continue reading