What are Riparian Areas?
What are Riparian Areas? (Number of pages: 2) (Publication Size: 727KB)
|Description||This publication defines riparian zone as the transistional area between the water itself and the surrounding lands. If you have a stream, river, pond, lake, or wetland on your property for even part of the year, you have a riparian zone. It also explains the keys to managing riparian zones, incentives for managing riparian zones|
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|Keywords||stream, river, water, wetland, riparian, lake|
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