The Watershed Restoration Group engages the public in freshwater stewardship and watershed restoration by helping landowners implement best management practices and plant streamside forest buffers. We link research, education, and action on the ground to manage our most precious resource — fresh water.
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Soil Health Coordinator
Watershed Restoration Project Coordinator
Assistant Director of Donor Relations and Watershed Restoration Assistant
Director of Watershed Restoration
Watershed Restoration Coordinator
Watershed Restoration Manager
Watershed Restoration Program Assistant
Watch step-by-step instructions on how to plant a tree in a riparian forest buffer and protect it from deer, rodents, and flood damage to increase survivability.
During the first five years of growth, young trees need to be protected from chewing — from deer above and rodents below.
For the past two months, the soil life — worms, small insects, bacteria, fungi — has been chomping away at the 100% cotton underwear.
How the Clean Water Act changed the trajectory of America’s waterways and became a beacon for freshwater science.
Jeff and Sue Frey received a lifetime achievement award that recognizes exemplary role models of outstanding management, land stewardship, and community leadership.
How does your garden grow? Anyone with a farm field, backyard garden, or lawn can find out by planting a pair of underwear!