Open House Event at Camp Ripley
March 16, 2017, 6-8 pm, Camp Ripley, Hangar Conference Center.
In 2004 Camp Ripley launched the ACUB program working with willing landowners interested in conservation easements and limited acquisition within the 3-mile buffer area. Now the CRSL program continues that buffer work and adds support for restoration and program enrollment in coordination with Camp Ripley partners.
CRSL Program Elements:
Buffer program remains available to willing landowners between 0-5 miles from Camp Ripley
Practices and restoration coordination and funding across the CRSL with partner support and delivery
Program enrollment opportunities via NRCS or Sustainable Forest Initiative Act
Nutrient reduction and water quality
Light refreshments will be served.
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2016 Research Highlights from MAISRC
2016 was a big year at MAISRC! From opening the newly renovated, state-of-the-art containment lab in February to welcoming a new co-director, Nick Phelps, in July, and – most importantly – lots of research accomplishments! Here are some highlights from the year.