Year of Project: 2007
Trees Planted:2,750

People who go to Umatilla National Forest for recreation and camping will benefit from the planting of 3,000 seedlings in three high-use riparian areas. The planting of b… Read More

School Fire Black Cottonwood Riparian Planting

Year Planted: 2007

Trees Planted: 2,750
Location: Oregon

People who go to Umatilla National Forest for recreation and camping will benefit from the planting of 3,000 seedlings in three high-use riparian areas. The planting of black cottonwood will improve water quality, which will help with the health of the indigenous fish population.


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School Fire Black Cottonwood Riparian Planting

Year Planted: 2007
Trees Planted: 2,750
Location: Oregon

People who go to Umatilla National Forest for recreation and camping will benefit from the planting of 3,000 seedlings in three high-use riparian areas. The planting of black cottonwood will improve water quality, which will help with the health of the indigenous fish population.



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