Locality: (29.646860, -82.356050)
Fraternity Wetland is a 4.6 acre forested Conservation Area, located immediately behind (east and south) Fraternity Row and west of the Band Shell. This forest grades from a mixed hardwood forest into a narrow stream valley wetland. The steep slopes of the riparian corridor limit the development potential of these woods as both a future building site and as a more passive recreation park. Therefore, management of the site should to be focused on stormwater management and invasive plant removal, where appropriate. Public access and related improvements should be limited, due to the steep slopes and small size. The 2000 – 2010 Campus Master Plan identified Fraternity Wetland as Preservation Area 13.
More information: https://facilities.ufl.edu/wp-content/uploads/plan/docs/calm/fraternity_wetlands/frat_wetland.pdf
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