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Information to help landowners that are losing land during or after rain events.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
A species list for riparian vegetation plantings in the North Carolina mountains.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
Riparian and wetland tree planting recommendations.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) provides annual rental payments and cost-share assistance to establish resource conserving vegetation on eligible farmland and pastures.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
North Carolina specific information on the USDA FSA CREP program.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
EVERYTHING’S COMING UP BROOK TROUT, AND NOT A MOMENT TOO SOON
After more than a century of population decline resulting from habitat loss, and competition from invasive species, Brook Trout are starting to feel the heat from climate change as well. Fortunately, partners from all sectors are joining forces to tackle “the big three” with the right tools, using the best available science supported by the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative, the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative, the EBTJV, and others.
Located in News & Events / News Inbox
File Troff document Willow Creek Restoration, PA_FY10 Project
This reports provides a summary of the work completed on this project from October, 2012 to September, 2013.
Located in Projects / Project Completion Reports
This brochure from CT DEEP explains the benefits of riparian buffers. Low Impact Development (LID) techniques manage stormwater runoff by mimicking the natural movement of water in the environment and preserving the pre‐development hydrology of a site. If your property includes or borders water features, one of the easiest and most cost effective methods for protecting water quality is to PLANT A VEGETATED RIPARIAN AREA.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
File Troff document Wood is Good for Maryland Brook Trout
Brochure developed by MD DNR and MD Forest Service, to explain the benefits of riparian buffers and woody material to health of streams and brook trout.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
Person Troff document Calvert, Patrick
Located in Practitioners (individuals)