Sunday, October 25

Wild salmon run restoration

Hannah and I spent yesterday at a work party restoring a wild salmon run. We planted trees, bushes and ground cover in the Terrell creek riparian area. A riparian area is the transition zones between land and water environments. The trees in some of these riparian areas were cut down for various reasons. Planting trees that will soon be large can help stabilize banks and provide food for the salmon that return. Wood that drops into the stream from the large trees creates shade, hiding places and nurseries for fish.
Terrell creek restoration:
Here is what is next to our home, Lake Terrell:

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