Carol Corning has continued enhancing the Clinton City Park with log rail fencing around the pollinator meadow. Ten foot logs of smaller diameter were cut from wooded areas at South Fork where glade ecosystem habitats were being restored enhancing the growth potential for herbaceous plants at South Fork; here many flowers can grow that butterflies can visit for their needed nectar food supply.
Assisting the in the City Park project funded by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, partners for the Fish and Wildlife Program, on September 9 were Joe Krystofik and Jonathan Baxter from the USFWS, who carried the logs from SFNC to the park. Trips on two different days brought over a hundred logs for use along the park trail. Glade restoration currently in progress at SFNC has also been done through a grant from the US Fish and Wildlife Service.