284.322 Managing the Landscape (15 credits)

A study of the issues and processes of landscape management using botanic gardens and urban and rural parks as the study example. Topics include deterioration and restoration of vegetation and formation of long-term vegetation plans; managing biodiversity and visual value; formation of a management plan. Management processes include; inventory and evaluation; development of goals for preservation, enhancement and use; and strategies for vegetation and visual quality. Field trips and field exercises are used to illustrate the study topics

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  • Prerequisite(s): 188.263 or 121.212
    General Prerequisite: At least 45 credits from 200 level.
  • Restriction(s): 171.365

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