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Re: NFC: Lake restoration
So, let me see if I get this correct ...
They take all the gunk, plant material and make a big pile in the
center of a lake and call it a wildlife island? I suppose that is a good
thing with the nutrients being recycled in situ. Additional habitat is a
But, what if the seeds of non-native plants like Hydrilla take
hold around these islands? Are these masses of loose material stable?
Heck, another Andrew and all the wildlife islands would be strewn all over
the lake again. (I suppose they could plant kudzu on top of these islands
to hold them down ... >;-) <- that's a devilish wink )
On Thu, 21 Oct 1999, robert a rice wrote:
> LAKE RESTORATION FOR FISH AND WILDLIFE
> Compiled by: Herb Allen