Marsh Restoration at Big Branch National Wildlife RefugeDownload
Dr. Jane Lubchenco, Administrator for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) talks to volunteers helping to replant marsh grass and plants in the Big Branch National Wildlife Refuge in St. Tammany Parish near Lacombe, La. Volunteers are working over a two week period in a restoration effort to replant 70,000 plugs of smooth cordgrass and marshhay cordgrass with over 700 volunteers slated to help with the restoration effort.
- Derick Hingle
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