NANFA-- NANFA preserve

Arlus F (
Mon, 09 Dec 2002 12:45:02 -0800

It seemed like there was an interest to form a protected watershed zone
to preserve some of the natural heritage, talk of thinking 20 or 30
years into the future and imagining an ideal plan of development to
preserve some natural creek areas.
Sounds good to me, I am of the opinion that all riparian corridors have
special value to future generations, and is something I would be
interested in supporting as a serious, professional effort. Are there
examples of this kind of stewardship, possibly models of how this might
be accomplished? Both on a private interest based ownership and also
public state or federal sponsorship? What about volunteering to develop
easements that filter out farm waste and provide habitat for wildlife?
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