What's the Rush at Warren Grove Gunnery Range?

Bien, Walter F.
July 2006
Endangered Species Bulletin;Jul2006, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p26
The article focuses on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's recovery plan for the threatened species Knieskern's beaked-rush. A high diversity of plant species is supported at Warren Grove Gunnery Range. Several management needs for Knieskern's beaked-rush. To manage this species at Warren Grove Gunnery Range, the Service and the Air National Guard environmental office are working cooperatively. The responsibilities under the Endangered Species Act is met by the Guard with the help of the New Jersey Forest Fire Service and Pinelands Commission.


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