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Riparian Restoration: A Collection of Landowners' Perspectives

Publication number Date Published
04-10-068October 2004
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Author(s) Karin Baldwin, Marcie Mangold, Elaine Snouwaert
Description This booklet shares the perspectives of eleven eastern Washington landowners
who installed one or more riparian restoration projects. In this publication,
you can read why the landowners installed projects, where they went for
technical and financial help, how specific problems were solved, and the
benefits they have observed as a result. Each story is a result of an interview
with the landowner. Every effort was made to communicate the landowners'
stories from their viewpoints.
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Keywords water quality story, riparian
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