Marsh Sandwort Propagation and Outplanting at Golden Gate National Recreation Area
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Federal Grant Title:
MARSH SANDWORT PROPAGATION AND OUTPLANTING AT GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL RECREATION AREA
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NOI - Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
In cooperation with the FWS, the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy will participate in the study entitled, Marsh Sandwort (Arenaria paludicola) propagation and outplanting at Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The project purpose is to establish a population of the critically endangered plant Arenaria paludicola near the historical population in San Francisco, California and to obtain data to determine the best strategy to introduce this species throughout its historical range. The overall project will include harvesting up to 2,500 existing Arenaria paludicola plants from a facility in Los Osos, California; transporting them to propagation facilities; reintroducing them to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area; collecting data on the success of transplanted propagules; and maintaining some propagules (up to 1,500) at multiple sites during the duration of the project. Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy 's participation in this project will consist of 1) maintaining approximately 1,500 existing Arenaria paludicola plants that were transferred from San Luis Obispo County for a short period (4 to 12 weeks) and 2) maintaining propagules of the 11 known Arenaria paludicola genotypes in facilities in San Francisco, CA for the duration of the project.
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