Monday, July 18, 2011

Pinnacle Foods Inc.'s wet prairie an unplowed but long-ago grazed piece of mounded prairie that offers close look at what easily can be brought back on many former pastures and hayfields in Northwest Arkansas: Bruce Shackleford told the story of the 'restoration' project at Woolsey Wet Prairie on Monday night at Fayetteville library

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For July 4, 2011, photos from Pinnacle wet prairie, please see July 4, 2011.
For more photos from Pinnacle wet prairie, please see Pinnacle wet prairie.
For photos from the Fayetteville National Cemetery, please see Fayetteville National Cemetery.
Rattlesnake master on Pinnacle Prairie attracts numerous species on July 18, 2011

Great purple hairstreak was star of Monday's show

Amber Tripodi, Cindi Cope and Bruce Shackleford teaching Arkansans how to 'bring nature home' as Doug Tallmay would say.

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