Road Decommission: Metolius Preserve Public Deposited

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Poster from 2006 Cascades student poster session.

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  • Road decommissioning will be a valuable science in the future of ecological restoration because of the excess number of roads in this country. May things like habitat fragmentation, erosion, spread of invasive species, and access to fragile environments can be linked to roads. For this study I selected a road in the Metolius Preserve in Central Oregon to perform ten different techniques that will help in the understanding of how a road can recover to a natural state. The techniques used will compose of tilling the soil, seeding Idaho Fescue, transplanting Idaho Fescue, applying ground cover for shade, and watering the area to different degrees. If successful the goal of the project is to make the road look like it never existed.
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