Buffering our impact: How Eco-Buffers can help reduce our impact on the river and provide ecosystem services.
July 3, 2020
What is a Riparian Eco-Buffer and why are they important? Riparian Eco-Buffers are plantings of perennial trees, shrubs, and flowers near water bodies. They re-establish native riparian areas with vegetation that benefits waterways and the surrounding ecosystem. Like traditional single-species shelterbelts, Riparian Eco-Buffers: Reduce wind speed and prevent wind erosion Provide habitat for livestock or […] Read More »
June 4, 2020
With health so prominently on our minds, our post this month is focused on the health of the Vermilion River and its watershed. Specifically, we take a look back at a scientific assessment report we commissioned by CPP Environmental, back in 2015, to measure and estimate the health of the aquatic ecosystem along the Vermilion […] Read More »