Flower patch burn

March burn brings April flowers? In what has become an annual spring tradition, Co-Line groundskeeper David Franklin initiated and supervised the controlled burn of the flower patch on Co-Line’s campus on Mar. 3. The 2.07 acres of prairie and flowers is burned every spring if possible to kill a lot of the annual weeds and increase the blooms. Co-Liners took the smoky scene as a sign spring is on its way! Flower patch burn 2016-sm