The Marin County Open Space District (MCOSD) and members of the Parks and Open Space Commission will hear a report from parks staff on a draft Vegetation and Biodiversity Management Plan. The district owns and manages 34 open space preserves that are managed for both natural resource protection and recreation. Vegetation management has been focused on clearing fuelbreaks as impediments to the spread of potential natural or human-caused fires, but the clearing has led to an unforeseen infestation of invasive nonnative plants.
Need more info? See the letter about the draft Vegetation and Biodiversity Management Plan or the complete draft version of the plan.
The Board heard the report.
Linda Dahl, Director of Marin County Parks
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