Economic and Environmental Benefits of a Reduced Roadside Mowing Program for Kentucky Highways

Chris Van Dyke, Candice Wallace & Doug Kreis
A growing number of state departments of transportation (DOTs) are introducing conservation mowing programs that aim to reduce the frequency of roadside mowing while expanding the footprint of pollinator habitat. Wanting to get a better handle on the utility conservation mowing, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) funded this study to explore the economic and environmental benefits that accrue from mowing less often. This report presents a synthesis of best conservation mowing practices based on a...
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