This new coil-bound 62-page field guide includes information on identifying some common riparian plants as well as how they link to riparian health and how our management choices change riparian plant communities.
This booklet has been written for the people who can most effectively influence watersheds and riparian areas - landowners, municipalities, conservation groups and industry. Beaver have been building and modifying watersheds for thousands of years. This booklet will help you gain a better understanding of beaver biology and ecology, their role in watershed health and functions, how beaver can help us adapt to a changing climate, beavers as a watershed restoration tool and thoughts on beaver management. (43 pages, 11 MB)
What does health of a flood plain or shoreline look like? By tuning our eye to key things to look for, we can take the next step - ensuring we maintain or focus on where to begin to improve riparian area health. (46 pages)