Dozens of different types of native wildflowers and plants are blooming at St. Johns Prairie in North Portland as part of efforts to transform the former landfill into a community asset.
A variety of wildlife use the former landfill’s prairie landscape for habitat, including coyotes. Here, coyote pups enjoy a meal provided by their parents at St. Johns prairie.
Yellow madia flowers dot the landscape at St. Johns prairie.
Kathryn Donovan discusses Plectritis growing trials and shows difference in plant size with a two week difference in fall sowing time.