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bos2RiverSmart helps turn home sweet home into home sweet watershed

By Laura Todd – Bay Journal – June 5, 2019
Standing in a forested wetland, you are surrounded by native sweetbay magnolia (Magnolia virginiana) trees. The sweet, lemony scent of magnolia blooms fills the summer air. You are lucky to bear witness to a rare plant community — the magnolia bog. The National Park Service has determined that only 13 of these wetland areas, rich with clusters of native magnolia trees, remain in the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Read full article here.

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