Stewardship Plan for Virginia Tech's Old-Growth Forest near Lane Stadium
Walters, Rodney S.
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The Stewardship Plan for Virginia Tech’s Old-Growth near Lane Stadium is a thorough compilation of essential tasks and prioritized recommendations for the protection and posterity of the urban old-growth forest patch, known unofficially as Stadium Woods. This Forest Stewardship Plan includes executive oversight input from a joint venture between Virginia Tech’s Vice President of Administration and the College of Natural Resources and Environment’s Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation. Using the initial findings of the ad hoc Athletic Practice Facility Site Evaluation Committee, this Forest Stewardship Plan provides recommendations to sustain Stadium Woods as a multifunctional, interconnected, and integrated forest that functions as a green infrastructure facility for Virginia Tech and the Town of Blacksburg. This Forest Stewardship Plan is effective in minimizing human impacts and maintaining the forest’s functionality as a high quality ecosystem that provides maximum benefits while incurring minimum costs over time.
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Walters, Rodney (Virginia Tech, College of Natural Resources and Environment, 2015-03-16)Extensive focused research of universities’ and colleges’ urban forest and remnant forest areas yielded valuable insights and comparisons into relevant efforts benefiting the Stadium Woods Stewardship Plan. Positive successes ...
Seiler, John R. (2012-06-21)A history of how a unique white oak old-growth urban forest unofficially known as Stadium Woods located on the campus of Virginia Tech has been recognized as having historical and ecological significance. The 11 plus acre ...
Diag, Frank Jr.; Foley, Ian; Mullaney, Ryan (2013-05-03)The 2013 Forest Management Plan, Virginia Tech Stadium Woods written by Virginia Tech students consists of a forest stand assessment that analyzes the vegetation, species composition, species distribution, and diameter ...