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  • Native Plants to Know: Indian grass
    Written by Joel Springsteen
    Wednesday, 19 September 2018
    Native Plants to Know: Indian grass

    The Tallgrass Prairie ecosystem is both the most biodiverse in northern North America and one of the most endangered with 1% or less remaining. It is full of a wide variety of beautiful grass species and yet we industry continue to produce and market primarily nonnative grasses from Europe and Asia which do not contribute ecologically and have the potential to become invasive species. It is both patience trying and heartening to see more of our native grasses very slowly gaining traction in the landscaping industry including beautiful Indian grass (Sorghastrum nutans).

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  • The Hidden Gems of Equipment Lending
    Written by Danny Pirtle
    Friday, 07 September 2018
    The Hidden Gems of Equipment Lending

    Our equipment lending membership benefit is well known as a way for people to get outside by borrowing canoes, kayaks, bikes, and tents. However, there are so many more types of recreational equipment our members can borrow! Today, I’d like to highlight some of the “hidden gems” of our equipment lending program that you, our members, can borrow for free anytime!

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