Management

Prairie Fork Update: December 2021

The tallgrass prairie of North America is an imperiled ecosystem that has been the subject of considerable restoration effort and research in the past two decades. While native prairie plant species are purposely introduced during restoration, prairie invertebrates, including native bees (Anthophila), are not and must colonize from surrounding remnants. ...

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Prairie Fork Update: November 2021

The tallgrass prairie of North America is an imperiled ecosystem that has been the subject of considerable restoration effort and research in the past two decades. While native prairie plant species are purposely introduced during restoration, prairie invertebrates, including native bees (Anthophila), are not and must colonize from surrounding remnants. ...

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Prairie Fork Update: October 2021

The tallgrass prairie of North America is an imperiled ecosystem that has been the subject of considerable restoration effort and research in the past two decades. While native prairie plant species are purposely introduced during restoration, prairie invertebrates, including native bees (Anthophila), are not and must colonize from surrounding remnants. ...

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Volunteers Make Prairie Fork Work

Volunteers have made a big impact on the management and maintenance of Prairie Fork Conservation Area. Recently, a volunteer group of Master Naturalist’s helped conduct prairie restoration activities at Prairie Fork. These volunteers help seed several acres of restoration ground. They also helped create several souvenir seed packets that will be provided to area visitors....

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