Riparian Health in the NSR Watershed – From Policy to Planting
A riparian area is defined as the strip of moisture-loving vegetation growing along the edge of a natural water body. A riparian management zone usually extends from the water’s edge to the upland area.
What progress has been made to protect and improve riparian areas in the North Saskatchewan River watershed?
Many excellent speakers will discuss topics ranging from policies to riparian restoration projects in the NSR watershed, including the Sturgeon River subwatershed and the Vermilion River subwatershed. An innovative new approach to assessing riparian health will be highlighted.
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DATE AND TIME
Thu, 25 October 2018
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM MDT
Clymont Community League
#1 51424 Highway 60
Spruce Grove, AB T7Y 1C3