Restoring Meadows In Sierra Nevada A Key To Healthy Ecosystems

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U.S. Forest Service research ecologist Karen Pope crouches in a stream in Lower Grouse Meadow to demonstrate how dams capture sediment. As channels fill with sediment, they become shallower, allowing water to spread through meadows and preventing buildup within reservoirs and other infrastructure further downstream. (Photo by: Kerry Klein/KVPR)

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Reporter: Kerry Klein, KVPR

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