Multi-functional Buffers and the NTFP Calculator: Insight from Appalachian Sustainable Development

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Multi-functional Buffers and the NTFP Calculator: Insight from Appalachian Sustainable Development

Time: December 2, 2016 from 1:30pm to 2:30pm
Location: Webinar
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: New England/Mid-Atlantic Agroforestry
Latest Activity: Nov 29, 2016

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Traditional riparian forest buffers help protect our waterways by reducing agricultural run-off and soil loss while also providing shade and woody debris to enhance wildlife habitat. Multi-functional riparian buffers build on this idea by also allowing landowners to grow a perennial food crop in the buffer zone. Join us for the third installment of the NEMA Agroforestry Webinar Series, with Emily Lachiniet and Katie Commender of Appalachian Sustainable Development (ASD).

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