Patrick Canniff Posted March 9 Report Share Posted March 9 (edited) Hi all, Is anyone aware of good general (non-site specific) public signage for invasive shrub removal? What I've heard is that the public has lot of questions about why the forest and brush is being cleared away and I was curious if anyone was aware of printable signage that could be laminated or distributed to others and set at a site for general public awareness. Perhaps something that is general enough to be set up for various species and/or locations? I was thinking on the inclusion of QR code to a general website resource: This site has some relevant information for public awareness of thinning and invasive shrub removal, but is a case study: https://www.cullennature.org/restoration.html And this site was interesting and provided some of the why, but is a story map specific to honeysuckles: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/6aa346fe0dc54f86a59c0f3864af9f20 Let me know if you are aware of something along these lines! Thanks! Patrick Canniff (He/Him/His) Oakland County CISMA Coordinator CanniffP@OakGov.com Phone: (248)882-8643 Edited March 9 by Patrick Canniff Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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