Native Vegetation Projects Gallery

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Revegetation and seeding techniques help control erosion and sediment loss as well as reduce invasive species establishment.
Hydroseeding project on US-95, South of Coeur D'Alene
Native grasses and silky lupine seeded along US-95, Electrical Substation project in D2
Native grass, lupine, and vetch species seeded on US-95, Electrical Substation project in D2
Vetch species seeded along US-95, Electrical Substation project in D2
Native grasses and silky lupine seeded along US-95, Electrical Substation project in D2
Native grasses and silky lupine seeded along US-95, Electrical Substation project in D2
Electrical Substation project - District 2
Slope terracing with native grass and forb species seeded on US-95 Setters to Belgrove project D1
Slope terracing with native grass and forb species seeded on US-95 Setters to Belgrove project D1
Slope terracing with native grass and forb species seeded on US-95 Setters to Belgrove project D1
US-12 Syringa Creek Project - Native seed gabion walls
US-12 Syringa Creek Project - Native seed gabion walls
US-12 Syringa Creek Project - Native seed gabion walls
US-12 Syringa Creek Project - Native seed gabion walls
US-12 Syringa Creek Project - Compost erosion blanket applied on steep slopes
US-12 Syringa Creek Project - Compost erosion blanket applied on steep slopes

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