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IMAGES OF THE HERRICK OUTFLOW SITE: HUGH CHEEK AND EMILY AMONI
08 FEBRUARY 2008


From the S01 Site, off of the parking lot, overlooking the power line, privet, english ivy, goldenrod, morning glory, and different varieties of blackberries.
On the more-difficult way from the S01 Site to the Herrick Overflow Site, looking from the fenced edge on top of the hill towards the Overflow Site. Here exists the main stand of trees, containing several representatives of red cedar.
Taylor overlooks the overflow stream from Lake Herrick. Here we found several varieties of sedges, but we were unable to find rushes indicative of a wetland habitat.


Although the S01 and Herrick Outflow sites were a good introduction to plant structure and identification, the limited amount of typical wetland vegetation and lack of ability for experimentation or restoration led the group to attempt to identify a better wetland site in the area.



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