A Pond Collaboration for Wetland Habitat Restoration

A collaboration between Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS/USDA), US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), The Hawkes Family, and wildfarmers/spif.

DONATE wetland habitat restoration

YOUR DONATIONS NOTED WETLAND OR POND WILL BE USED EXCLUSIVELY TO MATCH THE GRANT AND HELP REBUILD THIS CRITICAL WILDLIFE WETLAND.

A matching grant from USDA Natural Resources and Conservation Services and US Fish and Wildlife Service is helping to rebuild this pond to support wildlife for another hundred years. 

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the pond project/wetland habitat restoration-a collaboration

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NRCS Engineers

NRCS engineers Adriana Campagna and Mark Moehling spending a long day of surveying and staking out the wetland habitat restoration area at wildfarmers pond site.

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Learning Opportunity!

 Bigger is better? Not so. This little guy, a tiger salamander, shows us that the smallest beings, hidden from us in oak leaf litter or under water, the workers we don't see; make the biggest impact. The wildfarmers wetland habitat restoration is guided by the needs of the Tiger Salamander showing us the way to restore balance in a pond translating to balance in nature and restoring balance in our lives.

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Pre Construction Planning Meeting

Wildfarmers Director of Operations, Tony Stork, the contractors, NRCS engineer; Mark Barnet, and USFWS biologist Shawn Milar; discussing the parameters of the pond and wetland habitat restoration.