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Riparian BUFFers, making our riparian areas strong

1024 681 Stroud Water Research Center

Fetter, J.R., S.S. Smith, A.E. Spotts, K.R. Myers, M.Z. Royer, C. Medved, and D.J. Oleson. 2010. Part of 4-H Water Project: Unit 3 — Supplement. Penn State Cooperative Extension, State College, Pennsylvania.

https://extension.psu.edu/programs/4-h/leaders/resources/publications/BUFFers.pdf/

Summary

The intention of this guide is to provide background and resources for groups of youth seeking to support existing riparian buffer restoration projects. Buffer maintenance is a vital part of a successful restoration project. Youth involved in learning about water quality and environmental issues can play a significant role in helping with these maintenance activities.

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