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July 20, 2006
Photo: Salt-marsh restoration taking root
Journal photo / Bill Murphy
Jennifer Cragan of North Kingstown, who works for the Narragansett Bay Commission, plants marsh grass while volunteering with Save The Bay this morning. Save The Bay's habitat restoration staff and other volunteers were planting some 2,000 marsh grass plants at the organization's salt marsh restoration site at Fields Point in Providence. .
Save The Bay began planting the salt marsh in 2004 at its new headquarters, which is the site of the former Fields Point city dump. Each year, the environmental organization continues planting, to establish a fringe marsh at the site.
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