1 of 15: Wetland vegetation ready for planting.
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2 of 15: Volunteers gather around to hear a description of the Little Fresh Pond Shoreline Restoration and Drainage Improvement Project by The Bioengineering Group and Cambridge Water Department Staff.
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3 of 15: Volunteers receive a lesson in wetland planting and species identification by The Bioengineering Group Staff.
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4 of 15: Volunteers work together to plant vegetation in the coir fascines.
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5 of 15: Planting in the emergent wetland
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6 of 15: Volunteers working away on Earth Day!
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7 of 15: Cambridge Water Department staff member assisting one of our volunteer planters.
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8 of 15: Members of the Cambridge Conservation Commission planting in the southeastern emergent wetland.
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9 of 15: Planting away in the southeastern wetland!
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10 of 15: Newly planted wetland vegetation in coir fascines.
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11 of 15: Volunteers in the afternoon worked in the northeastern emergent wetland.
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12 of 15: vegetation ready for planting in the coir fascines
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13 of 15: Our afternoon volunteers working hard to complete the planting of the shoreline running along the Perimeter Road
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14 of 15: Chief Ranger Jean Rogers assists some of our younger volunteers with planting.
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15 of 15: The Division of Watershed Management thanks you for all of your help!!!
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