Annual report of accomplishments of the riparian-wetland initiative for the 1990"s

fiscal year 1993 by United States. Bureau of Land Management

Publisher: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management in Washington, D.C.?]

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  • Public lands,
  • Wetlands,
  • Management,
  • Riparian areas,
  • Wetland conservation,
  • Conservation of natural resources,
  • Riparian rights

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Other titlesRiparian-wetland initiative for the 1990"s :, Riparian wetland initiative for the 1990s :
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Indicators of Riparian Wetland Health and Restoration Capability on the White Mountain Apache Reservation EPA Grant Number: U Title: Indicators of Riparian Wetland Health and Restoration Capability on the White Mountain Apache Reservation Investigators: Long, Jonathan W. Institution: Northern Arizona University EPA Project Officer: Packard, Benjamin H. Riparian and Wetland Ecology Reading: Knight, Ch. 4 11/2/09 1 Clean Water Act: “no net loss” • If wetlands are disturbed or destroyed, mitigation must restore old wetlands or create new onesmust restore old wetlands or create new ones • National Research Council recently reported that current wetland policy is a “failure”. Mandy Tu, Ph.D., U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (contractor) National Wildlife Refuge System [email protected] Overview of the Impacts of Invasive RiparianFile Size: 1MB. This was the 7th annual Coast and Creek Cleanup event organized for Putah Creek and the 14th year that the Putah Creek Council has hosted a cleanup event. Volunteers along Putah Creek met at four sites in Winters: the Putah Creek Nature Park, Yolo Housing Authority, Fishing Access sites #4 and #5, and Stevenson’s Bridge.

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