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Pioneer Park restoration includes 'aquaseed'

Aquaseed has been sprayed over the majority of Pioneer Park to help restore the park to its original state.

The park was used as a location for a full filming facade for the television series Wayward Pines. The medium is about a third of the cost of sod, and includes all the nutrients needed for the grass to thrive. It should take about three weeks for the grass to come in. The public is being asked to remain out of the park in the meantime.

While the set is gone and the park is being restored, filming is not yet completed for Wayward Pines.

Crews will be in town on July 28, with some filming taking place July 31. Some set pieces will be replaced, and the former set will be added using green screen technology.

news@ahobserver.com

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