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Improving Success and Cutting Costs on Riparian Buffers

800 532 Stroud Water Research Center

Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership contracts with the Stroud Center to test tree planting and maintenance-related materials. The goal is to demonstrate methods that maintain high levels of forested buffer success while reducing herbicide use and total costs. This work is occurring in the west branch of Red Clay Creek.

Funded by: Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Project Lead: Matthew J. Ehrhart

Project Year: 2020

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