What We Do: Oak Savanna Restoration

By Taylor on December 12, 2012 in Blog

INHF staff member Tylar Samuels spent a few days last week restoring oak savanna in Marion County.

A few previous land stewardship interns and their classmates from Central College even came to help out with the restoration.

“It was nice having such a large crew,” Tylar said. ” And of course, no visit to this property is complete without a trip to the big White Oak.”

She also mentioned that there was a high rate of mortality for any cedar or honeysuckle in the area.

Want to learn more about what we do? Read about why we remove invasive species like cedar and honeysuckle.