Current Info Sheet
Why add edible and floral plants to riparian forest buffers?
Working Trees Info Sheet: What is a riparian forest buffer?
This Working Trees Info Sheet highlights the benefits and issues that riparian forest buffers can address or provide. It's part of the latest NAC product line with more to come in the future.
Riparian Forest Buffers
Riparian forest buffers are natural or re-established streamside forests made up of tree, shrub, and grass plantings. They buffer non-point source pollution of waterways from adjacent land, reduce bank erosion, protect aquatic environments, enhance wildlife, and increase biodiversity.
- Volume 19, Issue 1: Riparian Forest Buffer "Apps" For Your Smart Farm
- Summer 2005: Water Quality
- Summer 2004: Agroforestry Tools
- Winter / Spring 2004: Wildlife
- Winter 2003: 2002 Farm Bill
- Spring 2001: Buffers
- Spring 2000: Status Of Our Nation's Water
- Spring 1999: Wildlife
- Fall 1998 / Winter 1999: Small Farms
- Fall 1997: Riparian Forest Buffers / Short Rotation Woody Crops
- Summer 1997: Agriculture/Community Interface
- Spring 1997: Marketing Agroforestry
- Spring 1994: Soil Bioengineering
- Winter 1993: Trees/CRP
- Fall 1993: Water Quality
- A Long, Long Time Ago…
Working Trees Info Sheets
Specialty Forest Products
- Conservation Buffers: Design Guidelines for Buffers, Corridors, and Greenways
- AgBufferBuilder: A Filter Strip Design Tool for GIS
- Riparian Bibliography (Vegetated Stream Riparian Zones: Their Effects on Stream Nutrients, Sediments, and Toxic Substances)
Field Guide Inserts For Transparent Clipboards
- Buffer Width
- Great Plains Riparian Forest Summit
September 9-11, 2008
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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