Monday, April 20, 2009

Restoration Videos

The Wild Earth Guardians restoration work takes place in streams and wetlands throughout New Mexico. A core group of employees help set up for volunteer events for several weeks beforehand. This work consists of removing invasive species (primarily Salt Cedar Tamarix spp. and Russian Olive Eleagnus angustifolia):

harvesting native species (Cottonwood Populus deltoides and Willow Salix exigua), transporting them to the jobsite, and then augering (drilling) holes:

In all weather and soil conditions:

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