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The Consumnes River Habitat Restoration Project appealed to me for several reasons I wanted to work on a project I wanted to work outdoors if possible My time frame is complicated so the date of the Restoration Project was very appealing But mostly because I like to learn by example I knew I would get more out of it personally if I participated rather then spend time researching a paper Besides it was close to home The Consumnes River Preserve is dedicated to safeguarding the streamside ecosystem and surrounding habitats of the Consumnes River The Consumnes is the only undammed river on the western side of the Sierras flowing through the central valley before merging with the Mokelumne River and the San Joaquin Delta They have restored and created freshwater wetlands and educate us all in proper ecologically sound use Our quest for the day was to plant willow trees Much of the Valley oak forest had been cleared for farming Our planting is to ensure the regeneration of oaks and other native species On this day it was willows We arrived early to get a good idea of what was ahead We were met by a ranger and several educated volunteer leaders After a short walk to the planting area we were showed the proper method of planting the willow branches Did you know there was an up We grouped off and set off into the marsh One of the best parts of the day was meeting several of our classmates we formed a little group with several shovels lots of twigs and started walking The trees were all to be planted 20 feet apart so we trekked into the area to be planted And quickly sank to our ankles in very cold water Let the fun begin We laughed several complained vigorously and proceeded to plant our trees We tried several methods and quickly found that if one
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