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Native Plant Market 201580 viewsThe City hosts a Native Plant Market each spring as a way to encourage people to grow native plants in their yards. In addition to beautifying the community, native plants provide food for pollinators, help improve water quality, and require less care than traditional garden plants.

Native Plant Market: Native wildflowers, ferns, and grasses will be available for sale from multiple vendors. This is a farmers market style event and each vendor operates their own market stall and is paid separately. Attendees should arrive early for the best selection! The event is held rain or shine. Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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Native Plant Market 201579 viewsThe City hosts a Native Plant Market each spring as a way to encourage people to grow native plants in their yards. In addition to beautifying the community, native plants provide food for pollinators, help improve water quality, and require less care than traditional garden plants.

Native Plant Market: Native wildflowers, ferns, and grasses will be available for sale from multiple vendors. This is a farmers market style event and each vendor operates their own market stall and is paid separately. Attendees should arrive early for the best selection! The event is held rain or shine. Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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Native Plant Market 201578 viewsThe City hosts a Native Plant Market each spring as a way to encourage people to grow native plants in their yards. In addition to beautifying the community, native plants provide food for pollinators, help improve water quality, and require less care than traditional garden plants.

Native Plant Market: Native wildflowers, ferns, and grasses will be available for sale from multiple vendors. This is a farmers market style event and each vendor operates their own market stall and is paid separately. Attendees should arrive early for the best selection! The event is held rain or shine. Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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Native Plant Market 201578 viewsThe City hosts a Native Plant Market each spring as a way to encourage people to grow native plants in their yards. In addition to beautifying the community, native plants provide food for pollinators, help improve water quality, and require less care than traditional garden plants.

Native Plant Market: Native wildflowers, ferns, and grasses will be available for sale from multiple vendors. This is a farmers market style event and each vendor operates their own market stall and is paid separately. Attendees should arrive early for the best selection! The event is held rain or shine. Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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Native Plant Market 201577 viewsThe logo graphic included in the advertising for the Native Plant Market in 2015.
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Native Plant Market 201576 viewsThe City hosts a Native Plant Market each spring as a way to encourage people to grow native plants in their yards. In addition to beautifying the community, native plants provide food for pollinators, help improve water quality, and require less care than traditional garden plants.

Native Plant Market: Native wildflowers, ferns, and grasses will be available for sale from multiple vendors. This is a farmers market style event and each vendor operates their own market stall and is paid separately. Attendees should arrive early for the best selection! The event is held rain or shine. Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville.
Native_plant_sale_debut_2015.pdf
Burnsville uses native plant sale to encourage more of the gardens 201576 viewsMay 23, 2015 Star Tribune reports that the City of Burnsville wants to encourage more people to become native gardeners and will hold its first Native Plant Market May 30, 2015 at the City Hall parking lot.
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Native Plant Market 201575 viewsThe City hosts a Native Plant Market each spring as a way to encourage people to grow native plants in their yards. In addition to beautifying the community, native plants provide food for pollinators, help improve water quality, and require less care than traditional garden plants.

Native Plant Market: Native wildflowers, ferns, and grasses will be available for sale from multiple vendors. This is a farmers market style event and each vendor operates their own market stall and is paid separately. Attendees should arrive early for the best selection! The event is held rain or shine. Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville.
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Native Plant Market 201570 viewsThe City hosts a Native Plant Market each spring as a way to encourage people to grow native plants in their yards. In addition to beautifying the community, native plants provide food for pollinators, help improve water quality, and require less care than traditional garden plants.

Native Plant Market: Native wildflowers, ferns, and grasses will be available for sale from multiple vendors. This is a farmers market style event and each vendor operates their own market stall and is paid separately. Attendees should arrive early for the best selection! The event is held rain or shine. Photo compliments of the City of Burnsville.
Prairie_discovery_november_212C_1983.pdf
Prairie discovery: Slice of vanishing prairie found untouched64 viewsNovember 21, 1983 Burnsville Current reports: Thirty acres of obscure Burnsville land north of Cliff Road and south of
Black Dog Lake has been discovered to be original, unplowed, native prairie. It is the finest tall grass prairie remaining
in the entire metropolitan region....
Orchid_haven_Mar_202C_1980.pdf
Orchid haven bogs down developer 198059 viewsMarch 20, 1980 Minneapolis Star reports; The fragile bog orchids - the white and yellow ladyslippers that captured the senses of life long resident Enos Gallagher as a boy - are threatened. It has been years since the 85 year old Gallagher tramped the bog, but he can remember what it was like....
Native_plant_sale_2015.pdf
Burnsville's first native plant sale 201559 viewsMay 14, 2015 The Burnsville Eagan Sun/Thisweek News reports: This year Burnville is supersizing its offerings with its first native plant sale, featuring five area vendors. The City is promoting the planting of native species - those that grew naturally in MInnesota before the arrival of European settlers...
Preserve_bog_successful_1983.pdf
Efforts to preserve undisturbed Burnsville bog are successful 198342 viewsNovember 10, 1983 Minneapolis Star Tribune reports: An as-yet undisturbed complex of unique and scientifically significant land lies in an industrial area of Burnsville, in the lowlands near the Minnesota River and Black Dog Lake, Burnsville is taking an active role to help save it...
         
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