Ongoing Re-Vegetation and Restoration on the Hanford Site

For several years, EAS has provided technical expertise for designing and implementing shrub-steppe habitat restoration activities to meet land-use objectives in support of Department of Energy’s land stewardship obligations on the Hanford Site, WA.

Our staff specialize in locating, identifying, and collecting a wide variety of native plant materials to support restoration projects. Current field efforts include collection and processing of native seeds to support tribal mitigations. Focus species for this year’s collection include sagebrush, antelope bitterbrush, spiny hopsage, gray rabbitbrush, green rabbitbrush, stalked-pod milkvetch, Carey’s balsamroot, Munro’s globemallow, yarrow, and turpentine spring parsley.

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