Wetland Wednesday, January 16, 2013

We were so obviously expecting the worst for weather today, and were happily amused to have a lovely sunshiny day beam down on us. Our crew did double duty in the field and back at the shed. Our field crew (Chatt, John, Tom and Cullen) managed to get the Carex hyalinolepis and the Spartina patens in the ground in Pond 15, and sneak over to the boardwalk area to rescue more plants. The quiet seedling crew (Dick, Glenn and me) transplanted several hundred Hibiscus moscheutos into larger single-sprig flats where they will take their time to grow. Even with the cold breeze, we enjoy the sun and the work.

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