A Legacy of Wildlife Research on ROW

July 15, 2020
Watch Dr. Carolyn Mahan, professor of biology and environmental studies with Penn State University, discuss the benefits right-of-way research at the State Game Lands 33 research project has provided to wildlife habitat for more than 60 years.

Backed by decades of data, the State Game Lands 33 (SGL 33) research project has analyzed the environmental effects of herbicide applications and the manner in which habitats surrounding utility rights-of-way have changed over time. As a professor of biology and environmental studies with Penn State University and SGL 33 principal investigator, Dr. Carolyn Mahan supports Integrated Vegetation Management strategies as best practices for managing incompatible plant species within right-of-way corridors.

The continuous research happening on utility rights-of-way just outside of State College, Pennsylvania, has produced a wealth of industry knowledge over the years. To learn how this research, which has been sponsored by Corteva Agriscience for many years, is providing the vegetation management industry with trusted strategies and reliable management methods, visit
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