This webinar was presented on November 16, 2020 as part of the DOAS Climate Action Leadership Project.
Streams are at their best when the riparian area, or land area next to the stream, is forested. This program provides landowners and municipalities with native trees and shrubs at no cost to reforest these streamside areas.
The Trees for Tributaries Program is a great way to take action to reduce atmospheric carbon while providing needed steps to improve our riparian buffer zones in our local communities. Please join us as we host Taylor Held of the Upper Susquehanna Coalition who will overview how this program can help get trees and shrubs planted alongside waterways throughout our region.
This webinar is specifically for landowners and municipalities to support local reforestation efforts to decrease erosion, reduce flooding damage, improve wildlife habitat and protect water quality along our streams and waterways.
This program, made possible by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC) and the Upper Susquehanna Coalition, is an opportunity to reforest streamside areas throughout our region. If you have a stream or waterway that runs through your property, this program is for you.