More than 20 large bags of trash and numerous objects too large to bag eg

More than 20 large bags of trash and numerous objects

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to-access triangle of land just north of the parking lot for Regency Oaks Apartments. More than 20 large bags of trash and numerous objects too large to bag (e.g., discarded auto tires) were removed from this area. The other legacy site was a small sink, just south of NATL's grid stake H11, that was used for many years for dumping household trash from a farmhouse on Archer Road. Here, six students extracted enough trash from decaying leaves and soil to fill 15 large bags. They then carried them up the steep sides of the sink and left them by East Trail for Physical Plant personnel to pick up. 16 Nov. 2004. Found and marked places in trails that become mudholes in the rainy season. Spent 2 h atthe first meeting of the Cultural Complex Master Plan Revision Committee.1 Dec. 2004. Met with Marty to show him how the south end of the 34thStreet berm needed to be cut off in order to permit overflow of Regency Oaks sink basin into the Hogtown Creek drainage.4 Dec. 2004. Members of the Alpha Phi Omega National Co-ed Service Fraternity planted 39 trees andshrubs to help shield NATL from the Southwest Chiller Plant. The plants were furnished by the Physical Plant nursery, and the planting was supervised by Erick Smith. North of the chiller plant, the group planted 10 pond cypress and 20 Virginia willows. Four persimmons were planted between the chiller plant and Natural Area Park and two swamp red bays and three swamp dogwoods were planted in SEEP east of the chiller plant. [tjw spent 4 h on this activity]
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NATL log, 23 April 1997 to 10 November 2006Page 24ca. 20 Dec. 2004. PPD took off south end of 34thStreet berm to provide floodway for Regency Oaks karst basin. Used some dirt to upgrade nearby portions of South Trail. Left a pile of dirt and vegetational debris just ne of work site. ca. 20 Dec. 2004. PPD put sandy fill in summer mud holes (1 on Main Trail, 3 on Gasline Trail, 1 on 34thStreet Trail)24 Dec. 2004. Watered new plantings around SW Chiller Plant.1 Jan 2005. Tried to water new plantings at SW Chiller Plant, but water turned off.3 Jan 2005. Attended meeting of the Cultural Complex Master Plan Revision Subcommittee of the 34thStreet Committee.7 Jan 2005. Fire lanes tilled; Plot B tilled.20 Jan 2005. Looked for and found all but one or two of turkey oaks transplanted last summer. Marked each with orange flag tape and used machete to clear away flammable brush. Noticed three large transplanted pine were dead and two or three seemed live but defoliated. Found pine saw flies on last one (which I removed by hand). Most of small transplanted pines from summer of 2003 seemed to be missing! 28 Jan 2005. Used hoe to clear around pines and turkey oaks on east side of north public upland pine.9 Feb 2005. Used hoe to clear around pines and turkey oaks on east and west sides of north public upland pine. 16 Feb 2005. Finished hoeing around pines and turkey oaks; mapped positions of same.
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