What does wetland restoration mean?

Wetland restoration is the removal of non-native invasive and overabundant native woody trees and non-native invasive herbaceous species such as reed canary grass. The methods to restore the wetland involve tree cutting, mowing, prescribed burns, herbicide treatments, and inter-seeding to promote under story diversity to plant species.

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