I’m writing this from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan where I am preparing to speak at and attend the 2015 Native Prairie Restoration and Reclamation Workshop hosted by Saskatchewan Prairie Conservation Action Plan. It’s my first trip to Saskatchewan, and I’m excited to meet a lot of new people and learn about a prairie landscape I’m not very familiar with.
Because of my travel schedule this week, I didn’t have time to write a pithy or entertaining blog post. Instead, I’m just posting a photo of a prairie wildflower that is common in the sandhills of Nebraska (and other sandy habitats in central North America – including Saskatchewan) to see if you can identify it. Since I know some of you will get it pretty easily, I’ll put the name of the plant in the comments section below and you can check your answer against it.
Finally, to compensate you for such a short (and odd) blog post, here is a link to one of my favorite posts from way back in January 2011. Many of you were not following the blog back then, and I think it’s a story worth reading. I hope you enjoy it.