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The terraces, created by dredging material from the bay bottom, would be planted with hardy vegetation — smooth cordgrass, often called oystergrass — that would hold together the terraces’ soil.
Calls and murmurs of birds fill the air scented with native cordgrass, marsh gumplant, and alkali heath, all planted and naturalized in the 10 years since these salt ponds were opened to the bay.
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