Year of Project: 2003
Trees Planted:0

This project is a watershed-based community initiative to encourage landowners to manage their forests by controlling invasive exotics and replacing them with native spec… Read More

Ecosystem Recovery Institute Forest Restoration

Year Planted: 2003

Trees Planted: 0
Location: Maryland

This project is a watershed-based community initiative to encourage landowners to manage their forests by controlling invasive exotics and replacing them with native species. Three workshops were held which covered invasive plant identification and control. Three demonstration projects were implemented showcasing invasive control and replacement by natives. The project also continued monitoring and maintenance of restoration areas to track management effectiveness.


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Ecosystem Recovery Institute Forest Restoration

Year Planted: 2003
Trees Planted: 0
Location: Maryland

This project is a watershed-based community initiative to encourage landowners to manage their forests by controlling invasive exotics and replacing them with native species. Three workshops were held which covered invasive plant identification and control. Three demonstration projects were implemented showcasing invasive control and replacement by natives. The project also continued monitoring and maintenance of restoration areas to track management effectiveness.



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The Glades Red Spruce Restoration II
The Glades is a 600 acre property owned by TNC. It is the oldest and largest rainwater-fed, mountain peat bog in the eastern non-glaciated U.S. The area has been frequently logged and grazed reducing

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