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Ntl Park Service – Flt 93 Memorial Park, PA

The Flight 93 Story

On the morning of September 11, 2001, al Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial airliners in a strategically planned attack against the United States. These terrorists intentionally flew two jet airliners into the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers in New York City and a third aircraft into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia. A fourth aircraft, United Airlines Flight 93, crashed into an open field in Somerset County,…

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Verrado Ridge, Arizona

Background This site was one of caterpillar’s testing grounds for their equipment. Soils were dug up and replaced over and over again on a regular basis over several years.

The problem: Several years of high traffic and disturbance left the soils stripped and depleted of microbial activity, nutrients and any form of plant life. Phase one of this site was a rocky hillside that had to be reshaped due…

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Chiloquin Highway, Oregon

Background: This site is in an arid region of Oregon. The revegetation plan was devised and specified by David Steinfeld from The U.S. Forest Service in partnership with the FHWA (Federal Highway Administration out of Vancouver WA).

The Goal / Plan: To reclaim this current soil matrix with quality organic material and with native grasses and trees. This site was originally seeded in October of 2003 with native grass seed…

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Agness Illahe FHWA Road, Oregon

Background The objective of the hydroseeding project at the Agness Illahe site was to reduce first year soil erosion from disturbed cuts and fill slopes while increasing stability for native seed to germinate. A second objective was to evaluate several combinations of hydromulch glue products supplied by Rantec Company. Gene Davis of Rantec Company and Scott Riley, Umatilla National Forest, participated in this project.

Conditions Hydroseeding took place on…

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Mountain Star, Colorado

Roadside Revegetation at 8,600 feet in the Rocky Mountains.

  • BIOSOL® 1,300 lbs. per acre
  • Native Seed Mix 50 lbs. Per acre
  • Straw Mulch 2,000 lbs. Per acre
  • Organic Tackifier 150 lbs. Per acre
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Battle Mountain, Nevada

BIOSOL Forte® 1,800 lbs. per acre
Native Seed Mix 40 lbs. per acre
Seed was worked into the soil.
BIOSOL Forte® (Mix) applied dry.
No mulch was added.
No additional fertilizer or maintenance after initial application.

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