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    • sagebrush planting

    • wildfire sagebrush planting rehabilitation Hanford National Wildlife Refuge Washington
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    • Planting grass to protect.

    • Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Banks;
    • A Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge employee plants grass to help build up the marshland.
    • Volunteering is fun!

    • Connecting people with nature; Ecosystem recovery; Employees (USFWS); Environmental quality; Environments (Natural); Flowering plants; Habitat conservation; Habitat restoration; Landscape conservation; Places (Human-made); Plants; Public access;...
    • A Girl Scout volunteer shows her pride in planting this tree, after hurricane Ike.
    • Planting Cypress Tree

    • Trees; Employees (USFWS); Wildlife refuges; uniforms; service patch;
    • A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employee in the process of planting a cypress tree.
    • Planting Together

    • Children; Connecting people with nature; Youth; Plants;
    • An educator shows a young girl how to take a plant out of its pot without losing the roots.
    • Planting grass, restoring coastline.

    • Aquatic environments; Aquatic plants; Adults; Banks; Children; Coastal environments; Coastal restoration; Coastal zone management; Connecting people with nature; Ecosystem recovery; Education; Education outreach; Emblems; Employees (USFWS);...
    • Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge and volunteers replant grass to help restore the coastline.
    • Schoolyard Habitat Project

    • Aquatic plants; Biologists (USFWS); Children; Environmental education; Habitat restoration; Plants; Work of the Service;
    • Children dig their holes for planting aquatic plants and grasses in the schoolyard wetland area
    • Schoolyard Habitat Project

    • Children; Connecting people with nature; Environmental Education
    • Children learn how to remove young trees from buckets for planting in their schoolyard
    • Wildflower plantings

    • Plants; Vegetation; Volunteers; Connecting people with nature; Employees (USFWS); Logo; Work of the Service; Wildflowers; Service patch; Resource management; Reintroduction;
    • FWS employee Molly Monroe assists volunteers planting wildflowers.
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Wet pine savanna

    • Trees; Habitat conservation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Pine savannas are open, nearly treeless, fire-dependent plant communities dominated by well-developed ground cover and some low-growing shrubs with only scattered trees. The refuge is approx. 5216 acres pine savanna. The original presettlement...
    • Planting Shin Kee Tract

    • Connecting people with nature; Children; Vegetation; Habitat restoration;
    • Students planted native vegetation at Shin Kee, just outside of Stockton. As part of the restoration project, the students planted willows, buttonwillows and sedges along the banks and levees of the area.

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