Where the wild things are
Kenneth man raises wildflowers for bees, prairie conservation
Lori Ehde photo
Siebenahler family members, pictured in their field of wildflowers near Kenneth, are (from left) Riley, Awanda, John, Quinton, Savannah and Courtney.
When they crop up in soybean rows, they’re considered weeds, but John Siebenahler plants them on purpose.  Black-eyed Susans, purple coneflowers, Queen Anne’s lace and dozens of … More »
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