Created By: Cornell Botanic Gardens
There is an on-going effort to improve the health and biodiversity of the forests on the gorge’s rim and steep slopes. Efforts include removing the invasive Norway maple and planting native trees that will also help stabilize the steep slope. Here, 20-30 species of trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants have been added. Notice how the cut trees were used to stabilize the bank, allowing plants to establish roots in the built-up soil.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Fall Creek Gorge Tour