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Habitat Protection Program
Find out the facts about cypress mulch ...
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Environmental Resources
Use of Mulch The use of Cypress Mulch is prohibited ... Cypress Mulch shall not be used because its harvest degrades cypress wetlands. This only applies to new development. We do not recommend the use of red dyed mulch, which looks like redwood, as it may contain pressure-treated lumber chips. We do recommend pine bark as it allows water to flow through to the roots, whereas Cypress Mulch ...
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Green Home Building: Save our Forests Questions and Answers
Since most of the cypress forests are on private land, the state has been slow to react. Consumers can act immediately by not buying cypress mulch. Two websites of interest on this issue: Report of the Science Working Group on Coastal Forests appointed by the Governor (www.coastalforestswg.lsu.edu) Save Our Cypress Coalition (www ...
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Sunbeam Snakes
I use 6-8 inches of cypress mulch, but other substrates such as moss or small reptile bark would work just as well. I keep the cypress mulch very moist, but not wet. The ...
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Dogwood Alliance - Coastal Louisiana Forests
The popularity of cypress mulch is endangering our coastal forests and the protection they provide our region. Instead of being a byproduct of the lumber industry, entire stands of cypress ...
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Sarasota Bay National Estuary Program
FYN/floridayards.htm Mulch it right by using cypress mulch alternatives. Unfortunately cypress mulch is made out of native cypress trees. Cypress trees are better left in the ... water and provide wildlife habitat. There are many cypress mulch alternatives around including eucalyptus mulch, pine needles or melaluca mulch. Melaluca mulch or Florimulch is made out of invasive melaluca ...
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Plant a Tree This Winter For a Green Spring
Chinese pistache, cedar elm, Drake elm, pecan, Texas ash, and bald cypress. These trees will lose their leaves in the winter and provide access to the winter ... usually not necessary. Cover the area inside the dam with 3-4 inches of organic mulch. In the absence of rain, a good soaking every two weeks is sufficient during the ...
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Firewise Communities
Getting Help with Your Firewise Event Spring 2007 - Highlights include: Firewise in Design: Landscape Principles; Cypress Knoll, Florida: Firescaping to Protect a Developing Community; Q&A with Owen Dell on ... A with Judith Leraas Cook on the Firewise Communities/USA program; Much to Do About Mulch; Becoming a Firewise Community, Part 1 Getting Organized! Valid: CSS | XHTML | 508 Copyright 2008 ...
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H2ouse.org : Latest News : Newsletter #7
Avoid ... should be planted in widely spaced groups separated by areas of mulch or low groundcovers that break up the path of fire. Avoid ... that are high in oils or low in moisture such as eucalyptus, cypress, juniper, pampas grass, and Scotch broom. Some "fire-resistant" water-wise ...
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