Year of Project: 2003
Trees Planted:1,000

This project planted 1000 trees to restore the native plant community in a riparian forest habitat. Invasive multiflora rose was removed, and 5 species of native trees w… Read More

Hegeman Habitat Restoration

Year Planted: 2003

Trees Planted: 1,000
Location: Maryland

This project planted 1000 trees to restore the native plant community in a riparian forest habitat. Invasive multiflora rose was removed, and 5 species of native trees were planted. Volunteers from the Isaac Walton League, two boy scout troops, and two high schools conducted the plantings.


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Hegeman Habitat Restoration

Year Planted: 2003
Trees Planted: 1,000
Location: Maryland

This project planted 1000 trees to restore the native plant community in a riparian forest habitat. Invasive multiflora rose was removed, and 5 species of native trees were planted. Volunteers from the Isaac Walton League, two boy scout troops, and two high schools conducted the plantings.



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