Great Lakes Restoration Initiative

Oak Savannas

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Date published: November 14, 2019
Status: Active

Terrestrial Native Species Habitat Restoration: Restore Native Dunes and Oak Savanna

USGS scientists are collaborating with the National Park Service (NPS) to evaluate oak savanna restoration efforts in the Great Lakes by evaluating the success of different treatments in the southern basin and testing the efficacy of interseeding as a restoration tool.

Contacts: Noel Pavlovic
Date published: October 20, 2017
Status: Active

Terrestrial Native Species and Habitat Restoration

During the first five years of the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, federal agencies and their partners worked to maintain, restore and enhance populations of native species. The following actions were taken to improve conditions for the endangered and threatened species: bog turtle, Canada lynx, copperbelly water snake, Eastern Massasauga rattlesnake, Hines emerald dragonfly, Karner blue...

Contacts: Jon Hortness