Close-up: Blazing Blooms

Flowers in the ArboretumA late summer tour of campus focused on UW-Green Bay’s restored natural prairie is captured in this photo gallery by University Photographer Eric Miller. Native flowering plants and showy yet beautiful “weeds” (chicory and Queen Anne’s lace, e.g.) can be found across campus, but the native color is most concentrated at the Keith White Prairie. It covers eight and one half acres of the Cofrin Memorial Arborteum along Circle Drive, near the Nicolet Entrance.

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