|Submission Date||July 18, 2017|
|0.00 / 2.00||
Director of Facilities
|Area (double-counting is not allowed)|
|Area managed in accordance with an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program that uses a four-tiered approach||0 Acres|
|Area managed in accordance with an organic land care standard or sustainable landscape management program that has eliminated the use of inorganic fertilizers and chemical pesticides, fungicides and herbicides in favor of ecologically preferable materials||0 Acres|
|Area managed using conventional landscape management practices (which may include some IPM principles or techniques)||37 Acres|
|Total area of managed grounds||37 Acres|
unbuildable forested areas
Although we do take pest management measures on areas such as our sports fields, and do use a service provider for pest control at buildings, we would not qualify as a true IPM program.
Our practice is to plant survivable native species to reduce cost, maintenance, and loss.
A compost pile at our campus farm serves as the composting site for grounds maintenance and food composting. Very small percentage of Campus compost. Compost is hauled to local farm
We plow, sand, and salt, as needed,on a 24/7 basis, to provide a safe site for pedestrians, drivers,and emergency management services.
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