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Last Updated: 6/4/04

RIPARIAN IMPROVEMENTS

 

Riparian AreaRio Senorito Riparian Pasture Fence (Albuquerque Field Office), CB3.

 

The project work in this riparian area, located on BLM property southeast of Cuba, included the removal of salt cedar, fencing of the riparian corridor, and construction of compensating dams to reduce erosion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sacramento River Riparian AreaLower Sacramento River Fencing (Lincoln National Forest), SEF80.

 

This project, completed in phases over a number of years, involved the fencing of a corridor along the Lower Sacramento River. The end result is a waterway that has narrowed and deepened providing improved habitat for fish and a healthier riparian system.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kiowa National Grasslands ReservoirReservoir Expansion (Kiowa National Grasslands), NEK2.

 

Located near Clayton, this project consisted of enlarging the existing water area and construction of a resting island for waterfowl. Both game and non-game species use the area.


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