Boy Scout Builds a Butterfly Garden

Ben Wilder works on his butterfly garden at Cedar Canyon Elementary School as part of his Eagle Scout Project and the William T. Hornaday Award.

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Tending his garden the Eagle Scout way

Ben Mikesell | The Journal Gazette
Ben Wilder, 13, works on his butterfly garden Wednesday at Cedar Canyon Elementary School. Wilder has been working on his garden with a group of volunteers for his Eagle Scout project and to earn the William T. Hornaday Award for wildlife management through the Boy Scouts of America.

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