Things just keep looking better and better at Perham High School, where a fresh crop of wildflowers and native grasses were planted on Tuesday to spruce up the grounds. The new vegetation will act as a buffer against erosion while also attracting pollinators. A group of school custodians, along with a Master Gardener and employees from the East Otter Tail County Watershed District, teamed up to plant the row of wildflowers and grasses, located between Coney Street and the student parking lot.

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