Occasionally, the Duke Forest is in need of special management projects beyond what we typically tackle in any given year. These types of projects often accomplish multiple objectives. For example, the Korstian Trail Project was an effort to better protect our natural resources while also enhancing the recreational experience. Our Shepherd Nature Trail Restoration served to rehabilitate or remove degraded infrastructure while creating a brand new educational asset that both the academic and broader community could enjoy. Other projects, as shown below, serve to restore roads, bridges, or culverts in an effort to protect water quality and preserve access throughout the Forest.
See below for information on featured projects:
|2015 – 2017||Shepherd Nature Trail Restoration|
|2012 – 2014||Korstian Trail Project|