The key to restoring a drained peat bog is to make it wet again. One simple but effective tool is a flashboard riser, which allows water levels to be adjusted manually to mimic seasonal flooding. Read related article.

Sources: Ecologist Sara Ward of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources | | Bonnie Berkowitz, James Smallwood and Gene Thorp - The Washington Post March 11, 2012
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