Wine Country Connection: Vineyards Using Natives as Cover Crops, Erosion & Sedimentation Solutions
This field session will look at design and selection considerations regarding erosion and sedimentation control in several different areas particular to the Lake Erie Watershed. The geology around the lake is unique with both glacial and lake deposits and we will review a lake bank stabilization project. Factors affecting lake bank stabilization and solutions will be reviewed in this demonstration project. A stream bank stabilization project on a tributary of Lake Erie will be visited and reviewed for bioengineering techniques and plant selection. A production vineyard visit will discuss current trends in cover crops and land preservation. Finally, a working orchard and vineyard will discuss their approach to cover crops and stabilization in agricultural areas.
Agriculture / Local Food Production
Horticulture / Plants
Sustainable Development & Design
Water / Stormwater Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
(1) Design process affecting sustainable design of natural systems (2) Factors affecting selection of native plants and grasses in these projects (3) Lake bank stabilization factors and techniques. (4) Stream bank stabilization techniques and plant selection (5) Cover crops for agricultural areas
Dan Dahlkemper and Tom McClure
Ernst Conservation Seeds
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