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Objectives and Techniques in Woodland Restoration
October 26, 2022

The forth video in Impact7G’s Conservation Education Film Series features an in-depth look at common restoration techniques, centering around Impact7G’s work at the Johnson County Historic Poor Farm. Check it out below!

“From small native plantings in your yard to large wilderness tracts on public lands, these areas all provide critical services for a stable, cleaner environment.”

The series is funded in part by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ REAP program. Impact7G partnered with Little Village Creative Services of Iowa City to help produce and edit the series.

 

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