Ecological Restoration

This neighborhood-scale project involved three parcels of land with the potential to provide a critical high value wildlife corridor link between a sensitive estuary and adjacent preserved land within an otherwise highly fragmented landscape.

This project involved a severe infestation of numerous invasive species with a thick mat of porcelain berry vine, a state-listed invasive species, covered almost all the vegetation within the 2.8 acre restoration area.

The land management objectives included: intensely managing invasive plant species, encouraging and preserving existing native plants, and restoring five distinct native plant communities.