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Nick Carter

Money doesn’t grow on trees; luckily you don’t need money to grow them

Tim Wheeler’s CREP program interruptions hinder streamside tree planting efforts (April 2019) raises points not frequently recognized. Whereas the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program’s cost-sharing doubtless encourages landowners to put their marginally productive lands into water quality protective uses, the reforestation of riparian or other lands need not depend on...

About Nick Carter

Nick Carter is a retired Maryland Department of Natural Resources biologist.

 

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