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Before and After restoration-this area flooded to top or bridge in 1996.
Little Walla Walla
Creek completely invisible due to invasive reed canary grass. Reed canary grass dug out by hand. Bank grass cut to soil and covered with weed barrier cloth. Native plants planted.
Yellowhawk at Wa-Hi
Fall 2013,Yellowhawk Creek invisible due to invasive Himalayan blackberries that are cut and dug out by hand. Weed barrier cloth installed and native plants planted. Fall 2014
Fall 2015, Reed canary grass chokes creeks, reduces flow, increases temperature. Spring 2015, native plants.