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Extension Number

PM 1626D

Description

Riparian management systems (RiMS) often appear complex, and assessing your stream riparian area to design one can seem a daunting task. There are many design options for RiMS that can provide multiple benefits. The best option is the design that accomplishes the most for you, for the land, and for the community. This publication provides a list of tools and considerations to help you determine what kind of RiMS is best for you and your land.

Series Title

Steward of Our Streams

Publication Date:

9-2002

Publisher:

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach

City:

Ames, IA

Keywords:

Riparian management systems, RiMS, assessment tools, agroecology

Disciplines:

Agriculture | Hydrology | Natural Resources Management and Policy

Comments

This paper is Iowa State University Extension and Outreach PM 1626D (2002): 4 pp. Posted with permission.

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Assessing the Need for a Riparian Management System (RiMS)

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