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Grass Seeding Forest Roads, Skid Trails, and Landings in the Inland Northwest

Randy Brooks , Ashley McFarland , Chris Schnepf ,
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Sediments are one of the main nonpoint sources of pollution for lakes, rivers, and streams in the Inland Northwest. This 8-page publication (including cover) shares strategies for protecting waters by seeding forest roads, skid trails, and landings. Tables specify ideal mixes of plants best suited for overstory, understory, and legumes, so not only is the environment protected, but wildlife and livestock find nourishment.

Produced by the University of Idaho. Reviewed by WSU specialist Eric Sjoguist. Follow-up review June 2015.

Department(s): Agriculture
Pages / Length: 8
Publication Date: 2011-11-01 (reviewed 6/2015)

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