Road ecology blog: Anti-erosion plastic netting, US Hwy 95, Bonners Ferry, Idaho, USA

November 02, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Road ecology blog: Anti-erosion plastic netting, US Hwy 95, Bonners Ferry, Idaho, USA. This material does not decompose fast and can be a death trap for animals (e.g. snakes) for decades or longer. It is much better to use natural materials that decompose quickly.

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