Taking care of streams in western Washington, western Oregon, and coastal Alaska : a landowner's guide to riparian areas Public Deposited

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Published October 2002. Please check for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog:  http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog

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  • As a homeowner in the Pacific Northwest, you have a unique opportunity to help maintain or improve the health of streams and riparian areas. A riparian area is the area of land adjacent to a stream, lake, or wetland. Most healthy, natural riparian areas have moist, fertile soils that support many different types of moisture-loving plants. These plants provide food and shelter to numerous fish and wildlife. Healthy riparian areas: • Reduce the chance of flooding • Improve water quality • Provide habitat for wildlife, including salmon
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