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Make a froggy haven in a Clark County yard

Try simple tips to create the hoppiest place on Earth

By Monika Spykerman, Columbian staff writer
Published: June 3, 2023, 6:02am
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Ashley Smithers, habitat program manager for the Clark Conservation District, has plenty of tips for making your yard a more frog-friendly place.
Ashley Smithers, habitat program manager for the Clark Conservation District, has plenty of tips for making your yard a more frog-friendly place. (Devan Rostorfer) Photo Gallery

If your yard isn’t the neighborhood’s tidiest — if it has a few fallen branches, overgrown shrubs and a couple of overturned pots — you can officially stop feeling guilty. Why? Because you may be just the hero that local frogs are looking for.

Frogs are using your property as a corridor to travel to and from water sources, said Ashley Smithers, habitat program manager for the Clark

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