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Rights-of-way are for the Birds

May 1, 2020
Watch Penn State’s Brad Ross describe a wire zone/border zone concept and benefits it provides to wildlife.

Vegetation management on utility rights-of-way can help develop and maintain early successional habitats in which a variety of compatible plant and wildlife species can thrive. As a biology instructor and research assistant at Penn State University and State Game Lands 33 researcher, Brad Ross understands the benefits of optimum management practices. Watch as he details how a wire zone/border zone concept can benefit wildlife and keep electrical transmission safe.

Using the right strategy can provide benefits to unique ecosystems within utility rights-of-way. Find additional information on vegetation management practices and more at HabitatWithHerbicides.com.
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