PRICHARD, Ala. (WPMI) Volunteers came together to plant vegetation that will aid with stream restoration Saturday morning, and they plan to make a big difference to a "severely degraded" area in a Prichard park.
Organizers say 2500 trees, shrubs and flowers will be planted along a degraded stream bordering Jackson Reading Park.
The planting will complete the restoration of this tributary to Eight Mile Creek.
It's all to improve conditions for fish and wildlife.
This project is a project of the Mobile Bay National Estuary Program funded through a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Five Star Grant.
The City of Daphne contributed plants for this event.