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Plant Restoration at Paulina Creek Preserve Begins

Jan 08, 2024 by Jana Hemphill
Native plants were seeded in the former footprints of unsafe structures at Paulina Creek Preserve.

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The Land Trust took the next step in our longer-term effort to restore habitat at Paulina Creek Preserve. After removing unsafe structures from the Preserve in mid-2023, we seeded native grasses in the former footprints of an old home and barn. We used a seed mix of Idaho fescue, squirreltail, bluebunch wheatgrass, and Great Basin wild rye.

Seeding immediately after structure removal helps to mitigate weed growth and ideally creates competition for invasive weeds that love to establish themselves in disturbed areas.


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