Pest Management System
A Pest Management Conservation System is a system that combines an Integrated Pest Management decision making process with natural resource conservation to address pest and environmental impacts.
Irrigation System, Surface
Irrigation System, Surface, is a system that delivers irrigation water by surface means, such as furrows, borders, and contour levees.
Forest Trails and Landings
Forest trails and landings are installed and maintained for infrequent access to conduct management activities such as forest stand improvement, pruning, fire suppression, harvesting forest products.
A filter strip is an area of vegetation established for removing sediment, organic material, and other pollutants from runoff and wastewater.
Early Successional Habitat
Early successional habitat development and management involves manipulating a stand of plants to create and maintain early successional attributes that benefit desired wildlife or natural communities.
Aquatic Organism Passage
Aquatic Organism Passage is the modification or removal of barriers that restrict or impede movement of aquatic organisms.
Prescribed burning is a fire applied to a predetermined area of land.
Upland Wildlife Habitat
Upland Wildlife Habitat Management provides and manages upland habitats and connectivity within the landscape for wildlife.
Tree/Shrub Site Preparation
Tree/Shrub Site Preparation is the treatment of sites to enhance the success of natural or artificial regeneration of desired trees and/or shrubs.