This project will restore ecosystem processes that are crucial to the viability of endangered species and their habitats in the Inglenook Fen-Ten Mile Dunes Natural Preserve. Activities implemented include the following:1)removal of a 3-mile segment of abandoned asphalt roadway and underlying rock base, 2) removal of two 36" culverts and restoring the stream bed, bank, and channel to a natural condition, 3) retreatment of over 50 acres of European beach grass and eradicating over 20 acres of untreated European beach grass, non-native ice plant, and other exotic weeds , and 4) re-vegetation of the impaired habitat of federally and state-listed threatened and endangered species with native plants.
California State Parks
Parks Serve as Principle Representatives
Complete and Fully Paid