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Success Stories and Case Studies

Buffer Management | Success Stories and Case Studies

Shoreline vegetative buffers are probably the single most important natural aspect to promoting and maintaining good water quality in a lake, pond, stream or other wetland site. Key buffer zones allows for the filtration of excess nutrients such as phosphorus and nitrogen from the water column, as well as from inflowing water runoff from the surrounding watersheds that typically occur after every rain event.

Below are case studies highlighting a few of our success stories involving buffer management projects.

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