Restoration Projects (Meeker Slough)

Meeker restoration

Environmental investigations and remediation at the Richmond Field Station started in 1999 and led to excavation of over five acres of tidal salt marsh and marsh edge habitat. Ecological restoration, including removing invasive weed species and growing and planting over 40,000 individual marsh and prairie plants, has been conducted since the mid-2000s.

For information on the site natural habitat restoration activities, visit RFS Environmental Restoration.

 

 

Watershed: 
Meeker Slough