Restoration of the Devereux Slough Margin

Year: 

2007 - 2010

Size: 

7 acres

Location: 

Devereux Slough Margin

Funding: 

Wildlife Conservation Board: $263,484

Purpose: 

Removal of approximately 7 acres of exotic shrubs, and annual non-native species.  The exotic shrubs included Acaica, Myoporum, Tamarisk, and Pittosporum.  Other invasive species included wild radish, black mustard, fennel, Himalayan Blackberry, New Zealand Spinach, Italian Ryegrass, Harding Grass, and Italian Thistle.