By: Lindsie Nicholas

Join us for this FREE virtual workshop series to learn the information, tools, and resources needed to establish streamside buffers and stabilize streambanks on your property and in your communities. The speaker lineup includes Robert Hoffman with Roundstone Native Seed, Chuck Davis and Derek Scott with Beaver Creek Hydrology,  Alicia Bosela with Ironweed Nursery, Laura Greenfield with Oakland Farm Trees, our own Lindsie Nicholas, as well as, regional representatives from NRCS, Soil and Water Conservation District, and UK Cooperative Extension Service.  We will cover water quality and streamside buffer basics; establishing native meadows in riparian areas; design, permitting, and construction related to stream restoration and streambank stabilization; streamside plant selection in Central Kentucky; and agricultural conservation program opportunities and resources. 

Tuesdays and Thursdays,
March 9th-25th, 2021 | 3-4 PM
Virtually via ZOOM

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Workshops are open to the public. Mini cost-share grant applications will be available for riparian buffer establishment in the Clarks Run, Hanging Fork, and Hinkston Creek watersheds. Grants are reimbursable up to $2,000!