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Native Meadow

A meadow is a field of grasses and herbaceous vegetation, this means the vegetation has no permanent stem above ground, so their stems and leaves die to ground level at the end of their growing season. Meadows attract a diversity of native wildlife and only need to be cut once a year, requiring much less maintenance than a traditional lawn.

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Healthy riparian buffers reduce the impacts of flooding through temporary storage, interception, and slow releases from heavy rains

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