Plants

SimoneLipscomb (3)Wolf Bay Watershed has a great variety of plant life from marsh grasses to pitcher plants to stately pines. Plants are vital to filtration of water runoff from areas far above Wolf Bay and the feeder creeks. Without trees, native shrubs and ground cover plants, storm water runoff would pose an even great problem than we currently experience.

SimoneLipscombAll native plant life is valuable and a necessary part of our watershed. Not only does it provide filtration for water runoff but provides food, habitat and shelter for many species of mammals, birds and reptiles.

 

To Protect & Preserve Our Watershed