Monitoring visits are conducted in order to report site integrity or breaches of easement and dedication agreements. Site visits also include periodic boundary re-marking and documentation of site conditions.
Monitoring includes activities that occur before, during and after the actual property visit:
Management includes affirmative activities or remedial actions necessary for maintaining conservation values of the property, and may also include activities designed to enhance those values.
At least three potential activities:
Invasive Exotic Plants of North Carolina
N.C. Department of Transportation has provided these guidelines for management of invasive exotic plants. The primary purpose of this guide is to provide technical information regarding the identification of those plants that pose the most threat to wildlife habitat and natural areas, habitats most susceptible to invasion, and methods to control or eradicate these plants.