Integrated Vegetation Management Project Guidance


Integrated Vegetation Management (IVM) is a system of land management generally associated with infrastructure corridors, now ubiquitous across the landscape, including pipeline, transmission and rail. The corridors traverse a myriad of ecosystems, and by their operational nature, require continuous maintenance. IVM allows for objectives related to conservation to be set for segments of a system, prompting the maintenance and management of those lands according to desired outcomes of biodiversity and habitats.

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