Many of the flowers I recognize from our field where I grew up in northern Minnesota, but I have never known their proper names. I got out my Minnesota wildflower guide and have attempted to identify them for you. I believe this little shaggy, daisy-like flower is Fleabane.
Wild Parsnip. If you brush against the yellow flowers when they are wet and it is sunny out, you will get painful, blisters rash that last for months and cause scars. Last year, our prairie was rife with wild parsnip. It doesn't look quite so pervasive this summer, so maybe it grows in cycles. We plan to dress in protective clothing and have a few fun work sessions cutting these plants down before they go to seed. On the bright side, we have discovered that the root is edible and tasty--it tastes just like domesticated parsnips from the garden.
Heal All, used in folk medicine. I have to investigate more how this plant is used.
I love figuring out the identity of the plants growing on our land-- so many more yet to learn!