Making Riparian Buffers Work for You

Riparian forest buffers are a combination of trees and shrubs designed to mitigate the impacts of land use on a water feature. These areas are connections between aquatic and upland habitats for wildlife and can also serve as linear connects to other habitat areas along the water feature. Agroforestry can be part of this system. This webinar will go over NRCS criteria and guidance for applying this practice.