The Practical Streambank Bioengineering Guide
by Gary Bentrup
Publisher: USDA 1998
Number of pages: 150
This publication was written to provide guidance for those interested in streambank bioengineering. It was also written to increase awareness of streams and riparian areas, their importance, and their interconnectedness with other resources. In essence, they reflect our values, our sense of place, and our concern for fellow citizens.
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