Banking on wetlands

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Banking on wetlands

Zinks attempt to offset lost riparian habitat
Ed Zink talks about some of the plants they are growing in the wetlands as part of the project. Ed and Patti Zink are converting 50 acres north of Durango from hayfields to wetlands through a company they set up called Animas River Wetlands.
Ed and Patti Zink are converting 50 acres north of Durango from hayfields to wetlands through a company they have set up called the Animas River Wetlands.
Biologist Mark Lawler of SME Environmental Consultants checks the height of willow trees. Seventy-nine plots on the property are monitored periodically.

Banking on wetlands

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Ed Zink talks about some of the plants they are growing in the wetlands as part of the project. Ed and Patti Zink are converting 50 acres north of Durango from hayfields to wetlands through a company they set up called Animas River Wetlands.
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Ed and Patti Zink are converting 50 acres north of Durango from hayfields to wetlands through a company they have set up called the Animas River Wetlands.
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Biologist Mark Lawler of SME Environmental Consultants checks the height of willow trees. Seventy-nine plots on the property are monitored periodically.
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