The planting count rises with the recent Corporate Day of Service held at the Pavaho Wetlands in the Dallas Floodway and at the Pavaho Pretreatment Pond along Canada Drive in Dallas. Seed balls, high marsh plants, emergent wetland plants, and native seeds were installed by 185 volunteers. More than 1500 plants went into the ground and 15 "No Mow" signs were installed. It was a "bumper crop" day getting all the work done.
In the Great Trinity Forest, Trinity Watershed Management hosted a planting for staff and Citizen Foresters at Elam Pond. Over 1,000 high marsh plant species were planted with Texas bluebonnets blooming nearby. And, 200 emergent aquatic species went into the waterline shelf in Elam Pond. Nearby, crews work at the First Tee of Greater Dallas Facilility to ensure its opening in early summer. Follow us @mytrinityriver!
TWM at Elam Pond installing 1,000 plants.
Corporate Day of Service volunteers.