Friday, August 25, 2017

Riparian writing

Walt: Write information reports.Riparian Planting
Riparian planting is plants planted along streams or creeks. On both sides of streams and creeks with a fence around on both sides. It keeps manures away because it acts as a sieve.

Manures, fertilizers, and chemicals soak up into the ground. That keeps them away from the creeks and streams.

If there are no trees by the stream or creek it would dry up. If there are trees it will shade and keep a certain temperature all the time.

Erosion is mini mud slides that collapse on slopes into the water. It pushes mud into the water.

Riparian planting is a way to keep manures away. All that I said is to do with riparian planting.

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