Wetlands Restoration Project — 2013


  1. The “Team"
  2. Evidence of Wetland Alteration
  3. Old cistern, used for domestic water
  4. More evidence of wetland alteration
  5. Clearing the box elder trees
  6. Constructing temporary platform for excavator
  7. Survey discussion
  8. Site safety
  9. Lunch break at camp
  10. Building wetland Zero (Spadefoot Pond)
  11. Erosion from spring
  12. Erosion problem
  13. Erosion solution
  14. Fixing erosion problem
  15. Hardening outflow channel
  16. Constructing Wetland Two (Duck Pond)
  17. Surveying outflow channel for Wetland Two
  18. Constructing Wetland Three (Horse Pond)
  19. Wetlands One and Two (Spring Pond and Duck Pond)
  20. Hardening inflow channel to Wetland 3 (Horse Pond)
  21. Dealing with erosion issue at Wetland 4 (Kia’s Pond)
  22. Erosion issue: W4 (Kia’s Pond)
  23. Fixing erosion at W4
  24. W4 erosion issue fixed
  25. Hardening outflow channel below W4 (Kia’s Pond)
  26. Placing habitat logs
  27. More habitat logs
  28. Volunteers spreading straw
  29. Adding improvements at W2 (Duck Pond)
  30. Tom and Shirley
  31. Taking delivery of more rock and gravel
  32. Wetland 3
  33. Building Horse access watering ramp
  34. Horses watering
  35. NewGold hydroseeding (Scott)
  36. NewGold hydroseeding (Luke)
  37. Volunteer Sue hydroseeding
  38. Volunteer Jody weeding
  39. Milt mud dancing
  40. Volunteers Shirley, Sue, and Diane take a break
  41. Proud Volunteer Frank
  42. Volunteer Geri Planting
  43. Jim Planting
  44. Heather Planting
  45. Top three wetlands
  46. Top three wetlands
  47. Completed Horse Pond and ramp
  48. Wetland 4
  49. Outflow into ground
  50. Outflow from W4
  51. Wetland 4
  52. Wetland 2
  53. Wetland 3
  54. Wetland 4
  55. Wetland 3
  56. Wetland 2 observation site
  57. Wetland 1
  58. Top 3 wetlands
  59. Top 3 wetlands after hydroseeding
  60. Wetlands 1 and 2 from observation site
  61. Wetlands 1 and 2
  62. Wetlands map
  63. Site sign