Conserving Keyhole State Park


June 1, 2023

Grace Moore

Back, left to right: AIS technician Chad White, interpretive ranger Linley Mayer, Emma Jones; front: Absaroka district manager Misy Moore and Ella Stoll.

Absaroka District Interpretive Ranger Linley Mayer welcomed guests to the Summer Kickoff at Keyhole last weekend.

Among the interactive and fun learning activities available at the Tatonka Shelter, there was one that immediately caught one’s attention with a bucket of clay, a bag of potting soil and a sack of wildflower seeds. Mayer explained how to make and use these “seed bombs”.

“We mix together clay, dirt and seeds with some water and when they dry (usually in about 24 hours), you can just throw them where you want and it’s all kinds of good wildflowers that are good for pol...

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