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Old 06-17-2004, 04:06 PM
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Default Planting criteria/success for Sambucus mexicana

From: Sarah smaiss@jps.net
Date: 02/18/02
Time: 12:17 PM


I will be working on a riparian restoration project in Sacramento County and am trying to get ahold of some information regarding planting criteria for Sambucus mexicana, blue elderberry. I am also interested in finding examples of planting successes for S. mexicana in other restoration projects. Any information, references, or contacts would be greatly appreciated.
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From: ben Cunningham-Summerfield bears@sierratel.com
Date: 03/04/02
Time: 09:33 PM


Please check with Bitterroot Restoration. They have a web site and local office in Lincoln (I think). They did extensive work for Yosemite National Park after the 97 Flood. They had excellent success with S. mexicana. Drop me a note and I can put you in touch with some other folks as well. Ben
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From: JD, Qlobata@earthlink.net
Date: 06/12/02
Time: 02:08 PM


Try Sacramento River Partners (Dan Efseaff, dansrp@c-zone.net) or TNC's Sacramento River Project (530-897-6370)
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