Where Have All the Prairies Gone

Schurch-Thomson Prairie, Iowa County

Photo [©](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/legalcode) [Joshua Mayer](https://www.flickr.com/photos/wackybadger/9398048776/in/photolist-fjtstJ-4T89eB-fjttxL-fjefBZ-GDncax-5zbK9N-bU8kKk-5QzdCH-qcbjvD-FV1khS-8KyySN-a2qkNB-fi2puJ-9R8A2L-r4hQ4-a64oAv-8eS6xx-aaAKPK-btufVG-p4SEH7-eE8MG-7j5fwC-4YgCuT-qxvNUU-9FcmVW-uWpUc-a64y12-6vjHHm-9XbbGe-5yBHS-c6qDZb-7Bq343-7BpYBo-6nnBoX-81aoD4-a7QFM7-a6SkqT-7Bmesx-7BpXDh-6iGZZ5-a6Vc9Y-a7QG6j-iNxKSG-bsUtX5-7Bmbte-7Bm8Vn-a88nAN-81pfmm-aCrGBc-dys8DJ)

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Before Tuesdays on the Terrace return in June, environmental artist Jenny Kendler presents two projects inspired by the prairies of the Midwest. Get a preview here of what she’s planning with selections from her Instagram account; then join us May 31 for her MCA Studio event.

Instagram post on making a precious stone

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Instagram post on buffalo seed bombs

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Instagram post on urban prairie

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Instagram on art program

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Instagram post on milkweed balloon project

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Instagram post of milkweed and bumblebee

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Instagram post on New York wildflowers art project

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Sunflower with bumblebee instagram post

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