Over the passed years Julie Borak has contributed much time and talent creating a wildflower garden at the Gahagan Nature Preserve. It has flourished recently and not without notice. This spring someone apparently decided that a number of the plants would look great in their yard. They left you with some wonderful shovel holes to look at.
The last few years we have put on special programs at Gahagan to educate the public about growing wildflower gardens. It is too bad some still choose to take the short cut. The young are often singled out for vandalism. In this case one would guess that it was somebody considered "mature."