Just waiting for rains now! Nearly all of the native plant seeding has finished and we’re excited to watch Cabell Marsh fill with water.
We have planted pounds of slough grass, bur reed, wapato, manna grass and plantain.
Rehabilitating the marsh has taken quite a lot of work and time but the results will be well worth it. A diverse community of native plants (vs a monoculture if reed canary grass) will greatly benefit wildlife up and down the food chain.
We hope you’ll enjoy the results and new loafing logs near the blind!