This trailside restoration initiative for a popular urban park faced factors that derail most restoration projects.

Invasive vegetation had a significant presence, there was a long history of site disturbance, deer browse limited species diversity, and trails faced intensive public use. Yet with strategic initial trail stabilization measures, the right plant associations, and effective long-term management, the trailside plantings by LWLA have thrived and achieved project objectives within just several years.

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