Managing Rights of Way for Resource Benefit

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Allyson Read, Natural Resource Specialist, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, National Park ServiceĀ  The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area stretches along 48 miles of the Chattahoochee River from Buford Dam at Lake Lanier to Peachtree Creek in the city of Atlanta. The federal park includes the river plus 16 land units that provide almost 70% […]

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Rare Plant Recovery in Roadway Rights-of-Way

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Sujai Veeramachaneni (GDOT), Felicity Davis (GDOT), Chris Goodson (GDOT), Anna Yellin (WRD), Meg Hedeen (GDOT), Carrie Keogh (Emory University) Protected plant species that prefer open and forest edge habitats can find unexpected homes in regularly maintained transportation rights-of-way. Avoidance and minimization of these resources is a critical goal for the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) […]

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Remnant Prairies and Sun-Loving Plant Communities in Southeastern Rights of Ways

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Dr. Dwayne Estes, Southeastern Grasslands Initiative Plant Conservation Issues on Roadsides and Right of Ways in Alabama Patrick Thompson, Coordinator Alabama Plant Conservation Alliance Alfred Schotz, Botanist Alabama Natural Heritage Program Michelle Reynolds, Administrator Southeastern Roadside Defenders Patrick Daniel, Collaborator Southeastern Roadside Defenders Alabama has a diversity of habitats, species, ideologies and challenges. Private lands […]

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