Archive for February, 2014

News of the Day — 2/27/14

Millborn Seeds has put out an excellent catalog full of hints, tips, and great information about grasses, whether for forage, waterways, pastures, or grazing. We’ve made it available to you HERE. And remember — we have seed for all of these projects. Give us a call at 605-370-3480 or email


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News of the Day — 2/11/14

Quick links to the order forms and newsletter:


Click here for the newsletter

Included in this year’s newsletter are highlights from 2013 projects, a request for donations to help maintain the Dewey C. Gevik Outdoor Conservation Learning Area, and an exciting cost-share opportunity for wildlife habitat.


Click here to see the native grasses and flowers we have available

Due to fluctuating availability, these products are not included on the 2014 order form. To order and make payment, please print the availability list, then write the items desired and prices on the back of the sheet. Return this sheet with the first page of the 2014 order form and your payment.


Click here for the 2014 order form

Please print this form and return it with your payment to the Minnehaha Conservation District office.


THINK SPRING! We’re looking forward to working with you again this year!

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News of the Day — 2/3/14

Our 2014 newsletter and order form are ready! Please click here to view the newsletter. You’ll see information about what we were busy doing last year, a giving opportunity to help us maintain the beautiful Dewey C. Gevik Outdoor Conservation Learning Area, and a brand new cost-share opportunity to establish wildlife habitat on sensitive land that’s not eligible for other farm programs!

Please click here to download and print the plant order form. You’ll see that we are requesting payment with your order this year, and we have some new products to offer, including grasses for urban yards and landscaping!

If you have any questions, feel free to email or call John at 605-370-3480. We’re looking forward to warmer temperatures and another planting season!


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