Canadian Indian student restoring native flowers
A Lake Superior State University student and member of a Canadian Indian tribe is using a one-acre plot of land as a living laboratory in her effort to reintroduce native wildflowers that have been pushed out by invasive species.
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#1 Nov 21, 2011
..YES...GOOD..Great...Native Flowers are...spiritual and natural....eh...yada u
#2 Nov 24, 2011
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