Byway News

Volunteers came together Sat. Nov. 12 to plant 25 red maple trees at two locations along the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway.
The historic DNR fire tower on CSAH 11 will be closed to climbers until structural repairs have been assessed and implemented.
The sprinkler system has been updated - heads moved to areas for best results.
Soak up the sun Affirm life's magic Be graceful in the wind Stand tall after a storm Feel refreshed after it rains
Had a surprise visit today. Linda Ulland's brother Dick stopped by with his wife Mary and grandsons Ian and Declan.
Color, color everywhere! This mosaic surrounds the entrance to the Learning Center located just off the north edge of the gardens.
Head Ranger, Corrine Hodapp couldn't resist a photo op. First climber!
Come to the Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens and see these delightful garden features!
As a child I would tie clover together at their stems to make a fragrant necklace.
These are Sedum. Deer munched on them earlier this season but they are growing back as sturdy as ever. Love the way raindrops sparkle on the leaves like gems.
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These businesses and individuals have gone above-and-beyond by giving in-kind support. Thank you for making the Gardens a real community project!
Resting upon a garden bench, which was donated in memory of Joel Norgaard, Garden project managers, Lynn Scharenbroich and Corrine Hodapp enjoy a peaceful pause while a busy day of excavating finis
Kari Makoutz (Ulland), stopped by with her family. They got a tour of the gardens, what's been done and what there is left to do.
Quick update about the Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens before you head out to the lake for the weekend.
Bird's eye view of the leaf shaped outdoor classroom patio at Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens.
A space to inspire imaginations!