You hear a mix of nature, and man in some wetlands near UC Santa Barbara. There’s the chirping of birds, the wind blowing through brush, and the sound of earth movers off in the dance. Usually, the sound of earthmovers around wetlands is a bad thing for the environment, because it means development is taking away a slice of nature. But, bulldozers are going to be moving here on UCSB’s North Campus to help nature, by returning a half century old golf course to wetlands.
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