A study we supported as part of our Mount Haggin/Anaconda Uplands restoration project was published and made the front cover in the December 2020 edition of Ecological Restoration Journal!
At the top of the largest Superfund site in the country, we’re making grasses and forbs grow on land that’s been bare for over 100 years. Using bare hands and drones, we combine low tech and high tech practices to stop erosion and restore degraded ecosystems.
Be sure to watch our latest YouTube film on the project too:
Project partners: MFWP, NRDP, Watershed Consulting, MCC, WET