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Kanaha Pond Project

Most Thursday mornings, a group of NHPS members works at Kanaha Pond, assisting in reclaiming the area for native plants. The birds for whom this is a sanctuary do much better among native plants than in invasive aliens. The project leader is Lorna Hazen. Contact her if you're interested in participating.

Photo by Lorna Hazen . The foreground is a planting of native plants original to Kanaha Pond.

Chip pile created during one of the major work days at Kanaha Pond.
photo by Lorna Hazen.

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This page was created on 01 July 2006 by PT, and was last updated on 17 Dec 2009 by EIN

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