BRUSH MOWING/MULCHING AT BEULAH BLUFF PRESERVE DURING AUGUST, 2016
Chris Mann used his brush mower/mulcher to mow down the invasive brush in the northwestern edge of the Preserve. The brush mower/mulcher leaves the mulched material on the site to help control erosion and to be used as fuel the next time the site is burned. When this area was burned during the spring of 2016, there was not enough fuel on the ground to propagate the fire, so the burn in this area was not successful. The MP4 movie shows the brush cutter working the area next to the driveway entrance - 50 MB! The photos show the site after the mowing was competed. On following work days, larger invasive trees were sawn and stacked for winter brush pile burns.