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    L.Weyeneth - GCSWCD Buffer Initiative Update L.Weyeneth - GCSWCD Buffer Initiative Update Presentation Transcript

    • Catskill Streams Buffer Initiative 2009 UPDATE RBWG Meeting November 10, 2009 Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District
    • GCSWCD 2009 Activities Summary STAFF Site Visits Joel DuBois, Abbe Martin DEP support from Jenn Grieser, Dave Burns Plant Materials Center Keith Mellott, Dustin Truesdell Ongoing coordination with Pete Nichols in Schoharie County
    • Kastanis Property Batavia Kill Installed 1500 Trees and Shrubs Planted 7.1 Acres RCMP Signed LA
    • Supplied Plant Material 9 Sites in Greene County Long Rd, Deming Rd, Schoharie Ave, Farber Farm, Kastanis, Kane, McRoberts, Windham Country Club, Oakwood Rifle Club 3 Sites in Schoharie County Grogan, Gentile, Collangello 3,500 NativeTrees & Shrubs Planted in 2009
    • Willow Stakes 8,600 Long Rd. and 3750 ft. fascines (Planted by Evergreen not in house) 500 Schoharie Ave. 400 Farber 120 Deming Rd. 250 Kane 125 McRoberts Total stakes = 9995 PMC has 5 Salix species: sericea, eriocephala, bebbs, crack, black
    • Platte Clove Volunteers
    • 2010 CSBI Candidates Avella - Batavia Kill tributary Soule - East Kill Silver – Schoharie headwaters Grossman – Canada Creek, Schoharie Byrne – West Kill Hunter – Tannersville MS/HS
    • List of Practices Tree and/or shrub planting Herbaceous plug planting Native seed establishment Rip-rap joint planting Stream bank grading Root wad placement Live fascine placement Live stakes Brush layering Invasive species removal
    • What can we do?
    • Japanese Knotweed Before and After
    • Identify first CSBI Plan for 2010 participants Application deadline is February 1, 2010! Develop Riparian Corridor Management Plans Receive native plant material from Greenbelt Plant Catskill native species
    • Greene County CSBI Coordinator Laura Weyeneth – Schoharie Basin laura@gcswcd.com 518-622-3620 Thank You!