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Allegheny County Conservation District Completes Multi-Functional Riparian Forest Buffers

Allegheny County Conservation District completed two multi-functional riparian forest buffer projects. First, they planted 2.7 acres of multi-functional riparian forest buffer at Round Hill Park in Allegheny County. The project cost $17,832. They also planted 0.3 acres of multi-functional riparian forest buffer along Copper Creek in Allegheny County. This project cost $3,215.

Both projects were paid for through PACD’s multi-functional buffer sub-grant program: Please direct questions about the program to PACD Program Manager Holly Miller

Click here to see more before and after photos from these projects.

Financial and other support for this project is provided by the Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts, Inc. through a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Recreation and Conservation.