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Kathryn McEachern with her husband Edward ?Tre? Demmond shoot historic photo points and monitor fog drip points to help chart the re-growth of vegetation native to Santa Rosa Island, California, on Aug. 4, 2012. Their two sons, Connell and Carson, accompany them as well as National Park Service botanist Sarah Chaney. The Channel Islands were subject to sheep and cattle ranching during the 1900's, an era that has left the landscape bereft of native plants and grasses. McEachern works for the USGS and National Park Service to help restore these islands to a more natural state. (Photo by Aaron Schmidt © 2012)

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Kathryn McEachern with her husband Edward ?Tre? Demmond shoot historic photo points and monitor fog drip points to help chart the re-growth of vegetation native to Santa Rosa Island, California, on Aug. 4, 2012.  Their two sons, Connell and Carson, accompany them as well as National Park Service botanist Sarah Chaney.   The Channel Islands were subject to sheep and cattle ranching during the 1900's, an era that has left the landscape bereft of native plants and grasses.  McEachern works for the USGS and National Park Service to help restore these islands to a more natural state.  (Photo by Aaron Schmidt © 2012)