|Submission Date||June 30, 2017|
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Office of Sustainability
|Total campus area||1,955 Acres|
|Footprint of the institution's buildings||465 Acres|
|Area of undeveloped land, excluding any protected areas||781 Acres|
|Managed in accordance with an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Plan||0 Acres|
|Managed in accordance with a sustainable landscape management program that includes an IPM plan and otherwise meets the criteria outlined||0 Acres|
|Managed organically, third party certified and/or protected||0 Acres|
The university works to use native plants wherever possible.
The University of Florida currently irrigates approximately 90% of the irrigated areas on campus using reclaimed water (a high quality non-potable water supply that is not meant for potable [drinking] purposes) from the Water Reclamation Facility located on North/South Drive. The remaining 10% is supplied from wells on campus or from domestic (drinking) water.
31 conservation areas totally 447 acres are protected on campus along with 22 acres of buffer. Included is 60 acres dedicated to teaching students and the public about ecology and biodiversity. Conservation areas include a wide variety of different habitats found in Florida.
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