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Below, a picture sequence showing positive change on a few of our field sites—change made possible by our extremely generous donors. Restoring forest and other native plant communities is a gradual process, but maybe not quite as slow as you might think!

Meadowood Recreation Area:
Meadowood Recreation Area:

A barren, eroding slope at the Meadowood Recreation Area on the Mason Neck Peninsula, in 2008.

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Meadowood Recreation Area:
Meadowood Recreation Area:

The same area in 2011; it has been restored with a range of native meadow and forest plants.

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Los Cerezos, Dominican Republic:
Los Cerezos, Dominican Republic:

The same area in 2015. It has been planted with native Hispaniolan pine.

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Meadowood Recreation Area:
Meadowood Recreation Area:

A barren, eroding slope at the Meadowood Recreation Area on the Mason Neck Peninsula, in 2008.

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Banner: A beech ­­– oak – hickory stand in early fall at Fountain Head Regional Park, along the north shore of the Occoquan River, in Fairfax County, Virginia. Photo by Chris Bright.