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Most of the green tufts of grass are made up of wild rice and cattails.
Ted Cavanaugh TED CAVANAUGH RUSH Also known as bulrush or cattail, this wetland reed has serious bona fides: It’s been used to shape chair backs and bottoms since the time of the pharaohs.
The city’s lake manager, Henry, said cattail removal had nothing to do with dead fish.
New cattails and rushes sprouted from marshy-looking ground.
If there were no project, the prediction is that the waterway would fill with cattails in time.
Ms. Boulet likes to bring her dogs and watch the sun set on the cattail fringe of the wetland with a pint.
Muskrat lodges—small mounds made from bulrush and cattail—dot the landscape.
This particular type is made of at least 50 percent swamp plants like reeds, sedges, and cattails.
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