Restricting Access to Sensitive Ecology
Thriving ecosystems require limited public and pet access to watercourses, wetlands and their riparian areas, as well as sensitive plant communities. This prevents trampling of high value habitat and reduces wildlife conflicts. Restricted access is achieve through a combination of light fencing (i.e. split rail), natural fencing (i.e logs and boulders), installation of thorny vegetation, and educational signage.