Friday, May 8th at 5:30pm at the Yale Peabody Museum
Once land is legally preserved form development, how can it be affordably and easily managed for ecological services as well visual character? By integrating ecological restoration techniques with cultural landscape preferences, land stewards can ensure properties have tangible value to community members while possessing high-quality, resilient natural systems. Using case studies form both small and large settings, this lecture illustrates concrete, reliable management practices based on ecological principles, known cultural landscape preferences, and proven restoration techniques. Emphasis is also placed on how to recruit native plant communities and maximize plant colonization, natural succession and disturbance events to save funds and labor.
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