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How to Plan for and Plant Streamside Conservation Buffers with Native Fruit and Nut Trees and Woody Floral Shrubs
One way to achieve both conservation and production in streamside zones is to choose tree and shrub species that provide useful and/or salable products. If riparian forest buffers are managed with food- and floral producing trees and shrubs, they can serve multiple purposes, such as generating revenue while also providing conservation benefits.