Staff file, 2015: During a work party, volunteer coordinator Angela Winter along with volunteer Mike Hargrove stop to look at a piece of the golden paintbrush wildflower as they and other volunteers and staff from the Center for Natural Lands Management organization collect and clean the wildflower which has gone to seed in the Black River-Mima Prairie Glacial Heritage Preserve. Participants in the National Wildlife Federation’s Habitat Steward training program will visit the preserve during a field trip.
Staff file, 2015: During a work party, volunteer coordinator Angela Winter along with volunteer Mike Hargrove stop to look at a piece of the golden paintbrush wildflower as they and other volunteers and staff from the Center for Natural Lands Management organization collect and clean the wildflower which has gone to seed in the Black River-Mima Prairie Glacial Heritage Preserve. Participants in the National Wildlife Federation’s Habitat Steward training program will visit the preserve during a field trip. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
Staff file, 2015: During a work party, volunteer coordinator Angela Winter along with volunteer Mike Hargrove stop to look at a piece of the golden paintbrush wildflower as they and other volunteers and staff from the Center for Natural Lands Management organization collect and clean the wildflower which has gone to seed in the Black River-Mima Prairie Glacial Heritage Preserve. Participants in the National Wildlife Federation’s Habitat Steward training program will visit the preserve during a field trip. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

National Wildlife Federation offers local Habitat Steward program

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