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Forested streamside buffers are critical to protecting water quality and aquatic ecosystems. Also called riparian buffers, they help control stormwater erosion, decrease pollution and provide wildlife habitat. Minimal buffer size should be at least 100 feet on each side of a stream or river. (Photo Credit: Carol Falk).

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