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Looking east towards the Teton Range and the Hunter_Hereford Historic District. The parcel seen here is part of a larger 3,000+ acre native plant restoration project in Grand Teton National Park. Area was originally sagebrush-bunchgrass steppe vegetation but converted to hayfield during the early 1900s. The area i...
Site was a former gravel mine in the John D. Rockefeller Memorial Parkway. Planted in 2010 with willow stakes, Calamagrostis canadensis, Carex aquatilis, C. utriculata, and C. vesicaria by Intermountain Aquatics. Picture taken from lodgepole island, looking south.
1:1.5 hillslope reseeded in 2008. Revegetation was part of pathways construction. Thanks to Montana Conservation Corps for their assistance. Seed was hand collected and sent to increase at the Meeker and Aberdeen Plant Materials Centers. Topsoil salvage and replacement was key to revegetation success in this projec...