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Dittbrenner, C., P. Cereghino, E. Hagen. The Working Buffer Opportunity: A proposal for ecologically sound and economical viable riparian buffers on agricultural lands. Prepared for the Puget Sound Partnership and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration by the Snohomish Conservation District. 14 pp.

Notes

  • Includes four attachments that describe four agroforestry practices in the context of opportunities for integrating agroforestry into riparian buffers in the Pacific Northwest.
  • Document was completed as part of the Working Buffer Pilot Project.

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