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Elkhorn Slough Habitat Restoration: Plant Propagation
ESNERR Greenhouse
A good start for the next generation of native plants.

ESNERR Greenhouse

In support of restoration projects, the ESNERR stewardship program manages an on-site native plant greenhouse. In this facility, Reserve staff and volunteers have propagated tens of thousands of native grasses, forbs, shrubs, and trees for use in habitat restoration projects.

Planting Guide

Want some tips on growing native species?
Read the Reserve’s Native Species Planting Guide. It outlines seed collection and planting suggestions for over 100 native plants found in the Elkhorn Slough watershed. (pdf, 320KB)

The works cited in the document above can be found in a separate Bibliography (pdf, 28KB)

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