This guide focuses on sustainable land management, which devotes more attention to the natural resources in the design of different land uses, and enhances the livability of our communities.
Converting areas covered by turf grass to meadows can be financially rewarding and relatively simple on both public and private land. It can also deliver substantial environmental and aesthetic benefits.
GPS (the Global Positioning System) can be used freely by anyone almost anywhere near the earth. GPS enables users to record the location of structures, easement boundaries, where a photograph is taken, and other geographic information useful to conservation. Users can then import this information into computer mapping programs.
Invasive species management programs help minimize the harm of invasive species on natural lands and encourage the health of native plants and wildlife.