Waterway Restoration Workshop a success!

by Community Forests International on October 16, 2012

It was a bit chilly but we still had a great turn out for our workshop on waterway restoration on Saturday.

The forest provides immense benefits for the waterways, and we must take care of our forest and farmland to keep our water clean.

At the streams edge – don’t “clean” up all the woody debris and overhanging shrubs; they actually support abundant aquatic life needed for resilient water systems.

That wet spot in your road can affect the stream downhill and proper road crossings are important to maintain the health of all the wild systems on your land.

A big thanks to Peter Hardie and Daniel Cassie for sharing your knowledge with us.

Also supported by: Your Environmental Trust Fund at Work and EcoAction Community Funding Program





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