Thursday, November 5, 2009

November 6, 2009: Shadow Lake Bog

This week Green Acre Radio brings you to a unique bog and wetland in south King County. Shadow Lake is known as the "eye" of the bog, a type of wetland dominated by acid-loving mosses. It's one of only 3% left in the county and a place like no other. A bog's most important function is absorbing water, which prevents flooding and recharges the groundwater supply. Hear from those restoring this unique habitat including foresters, entomologists and Earth Corps volunteers.

Listen here:







SHADOW (Save Habitat and Diversity of Wetlands):
www.shadowhabitat.org

1 comment:

Pipo said...

Thanks Martha! it was great to learn more about this bog ... thanks for taking me there virtually, esp. since I've been stuck in the office all fall! Fascinating.