A Cajun Prairie Restoration Journal,.
Cajun Prairie Gardens, Dr. Malcolm Vidrine 1932 Fournerat Road, Eunice, LA 70535 337/457 4497. Lacassine National Wildlife Refuge 209 Nature Road, Lake Arthur, LA 70549 337/774 5923. Louisiana Native Plant Society, Beth Erwin, Secretary . Box 126, Collinston, LA 71229 318/874 7777. A Cajun Prairie Restoration Journal:1988-1995. M. F. Vidrine, C. Allen and W. R. Fontenot Butterflies of Houston & Southeast Texas, 1996. John & Gloria Tveten. Grasses of Louisiana, 1992.
The Cajun Prairie is 9. percent destroyed. However, the authors discovered remnants of this prairie habitat along railroad rights-of-ways in the 1980s and photographed these remnants during their years of investigation. More than 200 of these images are arranged into monthly displays in an effort to provide views of the prairie as it may have appeared in the 1800s. The remnants were each distinctive in their biodiversity, and each provided a splash of color from the blooming plants at different times of the year.
Project - Cajun Prairie Gardens. Cajun Prairie Gardens. The Cajun Prairie: A Photographic Essay (386 p. by Malcolm Vidrine, Charles Allen, Bruno Borsari, Larry Allain and Marc Pastorek. This book provides a collection of photographs of the remnant prairies located along railroad rights-of-ways that were discovered and studied in 1986-1991. Collectively these photographs show the remnant prairies through the year so as to reveal what the prairie may have looked like in the 1800s. A portion of Saint Augustine grass lawn at Louisiana State University at Eunice (LSUE) was converted into a Cajun Prairie restoration plot in 1989. Since 1991, the adjacent lawn has been clipped weekly, whereas the prairie has been burned every January. The objective of this study was to determine the soil chemical properties of clipped lawn and burned prairie plots.
In 1988, the Cajun Prairie Habitat Preservation. Society initiated a prairie restoration on a 4 ha lot in Eunice, Louisiana (Vidrine et al. 2001). A 1995 survey showed that 250 native prairie species were established and. thriving in approximately half of the field (Vidrine et al. 1995), and by 2000, most of. the early aggressive successional species (native and exotic) were absent (Vidrine et. al. The Cajun Prairie in Eunice represents a successful restoration project, and provides a vital reservoir of regional seeds for future projects. 8 larger, prairie is being restored in Evangeline Parish, Louisiana. The 165 ha Duralde Wildlife Refuge was established in 1995, and its restoration continues today with the help of several non-profit organizations. Due to his 40+ years of experience coupled with his background in science as a professor of biology, Peter Schramm is an esteemed prairie restoration professional.
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