PALISADES PARK, S.D. (KELO) — You don’t have to wait for the leaves to change to be dazzled by fall colors in KELOLAND. Just take a hike through parts of Palisades State Park near Garretson, where they’ve planted new wildflowers, native grasses and trees as part of an effort to improve habitat at the park.
“A lot of this planting turned out to be a little bit better than we anticipated for a first-year planting so it’s going well,” District Park Supervisor Luke Dreckman said.
Planting the wildflowers is laying the groundwork for future improvements at Palisades. We’ll explore how this flower-power is animating the scenic landscape at the park, in tonight’s Eye on KELOLAND at 10 p.m.