Farming for Clean Water: Managing Forested Stream Buffers While Grazing Livestock
Presented in partnership with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Forested areas between waterways and agricultural land - "buffers" - prevent pollution from entering streams and hold soil in place. Tree roots also prevent erosion by stabilizing stream banks and reduce flooding by slowing water flow during heavy rains - all major benefits to agricultural operations in particular.
John and Todd Hopkins use pasture-based farming methods at Forks Farm to produce high quality poultry, eggs, beef, lamb and… Show more
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