Reports and documents by IAE staff.
This report details habitat restoration actions undertaken in 2015 at Lost Creek meadow, a Bureau of Land Management site in the Cascade foothills outside of Pleasant Hill, Oregon. The actions are intended primarily to maintain open meadow and promote Hitchcock’s blue-eyed grass (Sisyrinchium hitchcockii), a federal species of concern, in the meadow. Actions include brush […]
This report details habitat restoration actions undertaken in 2015 at Dorena prairie, a Bureau of Land Management prairie site in the Cascade foothills outside of Cottage Grove, Oregon. The actions are intended primarily to maintain open meadow and promote native species diversity in the meadow.
This management plan for Lupine Meadows was prepared for Greenbelt Land Trust and provides a description of the site and lays out objectives and actions needed to achieve a set of desired future conditions. The plan assesses the current condition of the site, describing a site vision, identifying goals and specific objectives overall and for […]
This restoration plan was prepared for the Bureau of Land Management to guide management of oak savanna restoration at Maxfield Meadows.
This restoration plan outlines restoration activities to occur at Metro’s Clear Creek Canyon Natural Area. The plan develops the next stage of planning for restoration of the 133 acre Upper Bench Savanna area, which will be comprised of a mosaic of habitat types, including savanna, Oregon white oak (Quercus garryana) woodland, wet prairie, shrub, and […]
This restoration plan outlines restoration activities to occur at Metro’s Canemah Bluff Natural Area. The plan is limited to the prairie, savanna, and Oregon white oak (Quercus garryana) woodland habitats present on approximately 20 acres at Canemah. The plan is intended to guide the enhancement of prairie and oak woodland habitats with the goal of […]
This report includes information about Phase 3 of a four phase project. This phase of work involved seed collection, plug grow out, site preparation at selected locations, and population increase by outplanting thin-leaved peavine plugs.
In 2015, the Institute for Applied Ecology participated in a variety of activities to support restoration and conservation efforts at Upper Oak Basin and Oak Basin Tree Farm. Significant activities included tree felling and girdling, flame weeding, planting and seeding, and hand mowing in and around Kincaid’s lupine patches.