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GALLERY: Worthington FFA Chapter celebrates Adopt-A-WMA

Members of the Worthington FFA Chapter hand seeded a mix of pollinator-friendly wildflowers to a patch of grassland being restored at the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area Friday afternoon.

Members of the Worthington FFA Chapter hand seed a mix of pollinator-friendly wildflowers to a patch of grassland being restored at the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area Friday afternoon.
Members of the Worthington FFA Chapter hand seed a mix of pollinator-friendly wildflowers to a patch of grassland being restored at the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area Friday afternoon.
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Worthington FFA Chapter members, in adopting the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area, scattered a pollinator mix of grasses and forbs Friday afternoon at the site in advance of a dedication ceremony celebrating the addition of the Elsing tract to the WMA.

Worthington FFA menders adopt the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area as their Adopt-A-WMA during the dedication celebration for the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area as part of the Minnesota Governor's Pheasant Hunting Opener Friday afternoon near Rushmore.
Worthington FFA menders adopt the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area as their Adopt-A-WMA during the dedication celebration for the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area as part of the Minnesota Governor's Pheasant Hunting Opener Friday afternoon near Rushmore.
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Worthington FFA Chapter members walk to a grassland in the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area to help hand seed with pollinator-friendly wildflowers.
Worthington FFA Chapter members walk to a grassland in the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area to help hand seed with pollinator-friendly wildflowers.
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Nobles County Pheasants Forever President Scott Rall gives planting instructions to Worthington FFA members before they hand seed a patch of ground being restored to native grasses and wildflowers at the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area Friday afternoon.
Nobles County Pheasants Forever President Scott Rall gives planting instructions to Worthington FFA members before they hand seed a patch of ground being restored to native grasses and wildflowers at the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area Friday afternoon.
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Worthington FFA chapter members hand seed pollinators in a patch of ground being restored to native grasses and flowers at the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area Friday afternoon.
Worthington FFA chapter members hand seed pollinators in a patch of ground being restored to native grasses and flowers at the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area Friday afternoon.
Tim Middagh/The Globe
Worthington FFA members celebrate the adoption of the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area as their Adopt-A-WMA during the dedication ceremony for the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area as part of the Minnesota Governor's Pheasant Hunting Opener Friday afternoon, Oct. 14, 2022.
Worthington FFA members celebrate the adoption of the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area as their Adopt-A-WMA during the dedication ceremony for the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area as part of the Minnesota Governor's Pheasant Hunting Opener Friday afternoon, Oct. 14, 2022.
Tim Middagh/The Globe
Worthington FFA members huddle together to stay warm on a cold and windy fall day before helping to hand seed wildflowers on their Adopt-A-WMA during the dedication ceremony for the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area Friday afternoon, Oct. 14, 2022.
Worthington FFA members huddle together to stay warm on a cold and windy fall day before helping to hand seed wildflowers on their Adopt-A-WMA during the dedication ceremony for the Ransom Ridge Wildlife Management Area Friday afternoon, Oct. 14, 2022.
Tim Middagh/The Globe

Tim Middagh joined The Globe in the fall of 2015 as the newspaper's full-time photographer. A native of Worthington, he enjoys taking nature and wildlife photos.
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