The Popes Glen Bushcare Group utilise strong monitoring regimes and the process of adaptive management to inform the treatment of Willows, Privet, Pine trees and Ranunculus groundcover. By careful observation of the impact of their works they have become adept at reinforcing positive outcomes and considering the recovery trajectory of the site to ensure the best use of available resources.
|Overview of the Popes Glen project||0:13|
|Trial of willow removal||1:03|
|Mosaic willow removal||2:15|
|Tree weed species||4:15|
|Trajectory of change||8:00|
|Adaptive management – Ranunculus||8:50|
|Habitat retention – Pile v’s disperse||10:20|
Read More – Links
- Twelve years of healing: Rehabilitating a willow-infested silt flat – Stormwater Management – Alan Lane
- Twelve years of healing: Rehabilitating a willow-infested silt flat – Revegetation – Alan Lane
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