FODM Receives Tree Planting Grant
The Friends of Dyke Marsh have received a grant of $3,250 to plant trees in the marsh to replace some of the pumpkin ash trees (Fraxinus profunda) that are dying because of the invasive emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis).
|Trees falling into the water along the shoreline are one sign of erosion. Photo by Glenda Booth|
|Many dead pumpkin ash trees are visible along the marsh shoreline. Photo by Glenda Booth|