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  Restoration > Habitat Enhancement  

Although wetlands are our main focus, we also work to enhance upland habitat and buffer areas adjacent to wetlands. Buffers are important in protecting wetland water quality.

The appropriate mix of trees, shrubs, and native warm season grasses help remove nutrients, sediments, and control erosion near shorelines.Invasive species are responsible for degrading wetland habitat quality. By managing these invasive plants we can help these degraded wetlands recover to become thriving diverse ecosystems.

Buffer Planting
EC Crew plants native shrubs in the 100 foot buffer above the elevation of the marsh planting to provide habitat.