November 10—Crews finished hydroseeding the last of the Habitat Restoration work area along the Sawyer Camp trail this morning. The trail remained open, while pedestrians and cyclists proceeded with a little more caution than usual as they made their way past the equipment. The hydroseed is a native grass mix sprayed onto the newly exposed slopes. New young grasses are already sprouting throughout the 22-acre area, and all of them should be fully established by early spring. We’ll continue to watch out for returning invasive non-native vegetation, and acorn plantings will follow.