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Home  >  Water Management  >   Managed Grazing in Riparian Areas (Summary)

Managed Grazing in Riparian Areas


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By Barbara C. Bellows

Published 2003

Updated 2003

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Introduction

This publication is designed to help farmers and ranchers identify and use locally appropriate grazing practices to protect riparian resources. Methods for protecting these environmentally fragile areas include keeping livestock from streambanks, properly resting pastures to restore degraded land, and determining the proper duration and season for grazing pastures. It examines adjusting general recommendations to fit your particular management objectives and environmental conditions. 28 pages.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Upland Land Management Practices and Riparian Area Protection
Managed Grazing for Riparian Protection
Summary
Recommended References
References
Tables 1-5

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