Difference between revisions of "Grass Lakes Nature Reserve"

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This is a patch of Douglas Fir forest north of the Kaiser Entrance Lawn.
 
This is a patch of Douglas Fir forest north of the Kaiser Entrance Lawn.
 
*[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1RlHzHKwV5qre0-VRWOMeHGMDiAEHPw7DEKMbcdw5b4A/edit?usp=sharing Vegetation Inventory 8/31/19] - this only includes upland species within the douglas-fir stand, and not including the meadow or wetland ecotone.  It was completed in approximately 30 minutes and may have missed a few species, but likely includes all common species.
 
*[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1RlHzHKwV5qre0-VRWOMeHGMDiAEHPw7DEKMbcdw5b4A/edit?usp=sharing Vegetation Inventory 8/31/19] - this only includes upland species within the douglas-fir stand, and not including the meadow or wetland ecotone.  It was completed in approximately 30 minutes and may have missed a few species, but likely includes all common species.
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==Baby Forest==
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For lack of a better name this is a 2.8 acre restoration site located at the Kaiser Road entrance.
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[[file:babyforest.jpg|left|300px|boundary and canopy cover in baby forest]]

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Grass Lakes Nature Reserve is a City of Olympia park property at the headwaters of Green Cove Creek.

North Woods Patch

This is a patch of Douglas Fir forest north of the Kaiser Entrance Lawn.

  • Vegetation Inventory 8/31/19 - this only includes upland species within the douglas-fir stand, and not including the meadow or wetland ecotone. It was completed in approximately 30 minutes and may have missed a few species, but likely includes all common species.

Baby Forest

For lack of a better name this is a 2.8 acre restoration site located at the Kaiser Road entrance.

boundary and canopy cover in baby forest