December 10, 2022
This log is located just across from a 60-foot bridge facing a 10-acre restoration site at Woodlands Preserve. Woodlands Conservancy has been working to remove non-native, invasive Chinese tallow, Chinese privet and China berry from the area for the past several years. We are reforesting with native trees and as of Winter 2021, have planted 1653 seedlings and trees while continuing to spot treat any emerging invasive species.Woodlands Preserve Restoration
Woodlands Conservancy was organized as a nonprofit land trust in 2001 to preserve and restore remaining forested wetlands and other ecologically or historically significant lands in Louisiana. We currently own 840-acres of forested wetlands in the Greater New Orleans area.
The properties managed by Woodlands Conservancy comprise one of the two remaining forested wetland fragments south of Lake Pontchartrain that provide habitat for 17 bird species of Conservation Concern according to Louisiana’s comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy, the Wildlife Action Plan, and 9 species of Continental Importance according to Partners in Flight.
Woodlands Conservancy has been conducting data-based ecosystem restoration work for the past thirteen years, incorporating community volunteers in activities to reforest with over 33,000 seedlings and trees to improve the habitat for wildlife and migratory birds. The Woodlands Conservancy Bird Observatory tracks the health and status of resident and migratory bird populations in restored and un-restored sections of the forests and contributes to the national bird population data base.
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