Tags: Riparian Forest Buffers

Success of Riparian Restoration Projects in the Mountains, Piedmont and Coastal Plain of Virginia

June 8, 2021 - Report provides results from a summer 2006 evaluation of 63 CREP sites located in the Coastal Plain, Piedmont, and Ridge and Valley regions of VA. Findings indicated that additional efforts should be made to ensure fencing is maintained, species selections are based on site conditions, and invasive species are controlled. Benjamin N. Bradburn, W. Michael Aust, Mathew B. Carroll, Dean Cumbia, and Jerre Creighton.

Riparian Buffers Banner-up (HQ)

March 12, 2021 - VDOF Exhibit available for event displays. Type: Banner-up, Size: 3 ft., Use: Indoor Use, Position: right. These banner-up displays are easy to set up and may be used in a variety of combinations to meet different needs. Each banner-up is approximately 3 feet wide and is designed to be used individually or in groups of 2 or 3. The design concept places each panel in a left, center or right... Read More

Forest Research Review 2007-09

November 12, 2020 - Research reports and updates from ongoing VDOF studies. In this issue: financial value of improved loblolly pine seedlings, loblolly pine planting density, white pine seedling handling and planting study, pre-commercial thinning of loblolly pine, riparian buffer planting success, and tree-of-heaven control methods.

Forest Research Review 2012-08

November 12, 2020 - Research reports and updates from ongoing VDOF studies. In this issue: effects of pruning in loblolly pine, effects of planting density and fertilizer on loblolly pine growth, varietal vs open-pollinated loblolly pine, biosolids for fertilizing loblolly pine, shortleaf pine provenance test, interplanting loblolly pine, tree shelter comparison for red oak in riparian buffers, crop tree release and fertilization of white oak and southern red oak.

Riparian Buffers Tax Credit

November 3, 2020 - Brochure described the Riparian Buffers Tax Credit program, including who is eligible, how to sign up, application requirements, application approval, Buffer specifications, noncompliance, and inspections. Printed copies available.

Riparian Forest Buffers – Forests on the Water’s Edge

November 3, 2020 - Publication is the effort of the Chesapeake Bay Program, including multiple states within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, to educate the community leaders and the public about the benefits of riparian forest Buffers, their importance to watersheds for air quality, water quality and fish and wildlife habitat, forest Buffer losses and how we manage growth in riparian zones, how to maintain quality riparian forest Buffers, efforts in riparian forest restoration, and... Read More