HRWC field assessment volunteers have been roaming the watershed, snapping pictures, and taking notes on the wildlife, plants, and landscapes they find. So far, volunteer teams have assessed nearly 30 properties. HRWC will be working with conservancies this summer to assess their highest priority lands for conservation.
They are gathering data on the watershed’s remaining natural areas for HRWC’s Bioreserve Project. The project aims to locate the most ecologically important natural areas for maintaining the watershed’s health, and work with local governments, conservancies, and property owners to restore and permanently protect them.
What is this mystery plant?
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