Sunday, April 26, 2009

Kim Patten, CBF, On The Value Of Stream Buffer Projects

Kim Patten, Chesapeake Bay Foundation Grassroots Coordinator, talks about a stream buffer project on the Jim Hess Farm near Palmyra, Pa where volunteers helped plant 300 trees and shrubs to help improve water quality. The project was put together with the help of the CBF using the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program.
Watch these other videos from the tree planting--
Ron Laughlin, Tri-County Conewago Creek Association
Ashley Spotz, Chesapeake Bay Foundation CREP Field Staffer
Eugene Lee, KPMG Volunteer
Tracy Buchholz & Megan Charles, Volunteers