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October 12, 2012


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I posted this question to the facebook but thought I might have better luck here:

I was just wondering if you do any work advocating for native warm season grasses in the Bay area. Research by the Ag Research Station in Oxford, Mississippi, found that a 3 foot wide buffer of native warm season grasses offers the same filtration as a 20 foot wide buffer of fescue. It also improves habitat for wildlife and insects, and as an incentive to cattlemen or dairy producers, increases the productivity of pastures during fescue's summer slump. I think it could be a real asset in cleaning up the Bay.


Emmy Nicklin

Thanks very much for your comment! I will ask around and talk with our restoration team about your thoughts and get back to you! Thanks, Emmy

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