Roadside Rights-of-Way as Pollinator Habitat: A Literature Review

This paper prepared by the University of Maine is a review of peer-reviewed academic and non-peer reviewed gray literature describing ROW management practices and their effects on pollinator populations, focusing on applications of these practices in landscapes similar to those found in Maine and the northeast United States; that is, landscapes that are heavily forested and interspersed with agriculture, developed areas, and wetlands.

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