The M/M Program uses the best available science, ongoing problem-solving, and innovation to return an affected natural area to as good or better condition than before construction. The program team makes sure restored sites are able to function on their own once monitoring is complete.
What's in a sign?
The M/M Program has revamped the signs marking its restoration sites. The new signs now convey in full color the importance of the restoration sites to water quality and wildlife habitat. The signs also identify activities that can harm the restoration sites, such as dumping, trampling, and plant harvesting.
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Locate restoration sites that the M/M Program is actively monitoring in the region.
Learn how the M/M Program is working to make sure that natural areas and landscapes affected by project construction recover.
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