Overall Rating Silver
Overall Score 50.16
Liaison Dr. Jill Wicknick
Submission Date Jan. 7, 2023

STARS v2.2

University of Montevallo
OP-9: Landscape Management

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.00 / 2.00 Susan Caplow
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies
Behavioral and Social Sciences
"---" indicates that no data was submitted for this field

Total campus area:
160 Acres

Figures required to calculate the total area of managed grounds:
Area (double-counting is not allowed)
Area managed organically, without the use of inorganic fertilizers and chemical pesticides, fungicides and herbicides 0 Acres
Area managed in accordance with an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program that uses selected chemicals only when needed 0 Acres
Area managed using conventional, chemical-based landscape management practices 160 Acres
Total area of managed grounds 160 Acres

A brief description of any land excluded from the area of managed grounds:

Percentage of grounds managed organically:

A brief description of the organic landscape management program:

Percentage of grounds managed in accordance with an IPM program:

A copy of the IPM plan or program:

A brief description of the IPM program:
This is handled by Cook's Pest Control.

A brief description of the institution's approach to plant stewardship:
The campus's landscape architecture by Olmstead Brothers was designed using local and native plants that handle our climate conditions. Every new installation follows this as well.

A brief description of the institution's approach to hydrology and water use:
Ebenezer Swamp is protected land. All campus irrigation is non-potable water. UM manages and maintains a non-potable water source.

A brief description of the institution's approach to landscape materials management and waste minimization:
Our cafeteria composts in partnership with our organic garden on campus.

A brief description of the institution's approach to energy-efficient landscape design:
Our original landscape design by Olmstead Brothers utilizes natural shade and native plants. Their techniques are still applied to new installations today.

A brief description of other sustainable landscape management practices employed by the institution:

Website URL where information about the institution’s sustainable landscape management program is available:

Additional documentation to support the submission:

Data source(s) and notes about the submission:

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