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PHOTO: Volunteers handle projects at Dayton Bluffs

Spreading native prairie grass and wildflower seeds was one of the Earth Day accomplishments Friday by 15 volunteers from Fairmount Santrol in Wedron and nine members at the Friends of Dayton Bluffs Preserve at the preserve. Additionally, two foot bridges were repaired, trail work carried out and erosion correction conducted. “We got a lot done,” said Brook McDonald, president and chief executive officer for The Conservation Foundation, which owns the preserve and leases it to the city of Ottawa.
Spreading native prairie grass and wildflower seeds was one of the Earth Day accomplishments Friday by 15 volunteers from Fairmount Santrol in Wedron and nine members at the Friends of Dayton Bluffs Preserve at the preserve. Additionally, two foot bridges were repaired, trail work carried out and erosion correction conducted. “We got a lot done,” said Brook McDonald, president and chief executive officer for The Conservation Foundation, which owns the preserve and leases it to the city of Ottawa.
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