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Doug and Janet Gebler, left, with Greenspace President, Aaron Rucker, left rear, in attendance, lead about 12 Greenspace supporters through Greenspace’s Pirtle Trail to look for wildflowers on April 6. Because of cold and rainy March weather, only about a half-dozen native wildflowers were up for viewing. Board members and guests comprised the balance of the group. Greenspace Trails, located throughout Hardin County, are free and open to the public.
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