Live Staking: An Easy Method for Improving Stream Banks

This webinar discusses the need for simple and inexpensive methods for stabilizing stream banks and explains how live staking can fill this need.
Live Staking: An Easy Method for Improving Stream Banks - Webinars
Skill Level: Beginner
Language: English
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Description

Recorded: January 28, 2015 12:00 PM

Live staking is the process of taking cuttings from trees and inserting them into stream banks in order to grow new trees. It does not require any technical training or heavy machinery, making it a practice that anyone can do. Detailed, step-by-step instructions are given on how live staking is done, which will encourage viewers to use this method for future restoration needs. Species information, alternative methods, potential difficulties, and firsthand experience are all shared.

Time Log

  • 0:01 - Introduction
  • 0:25 - Stream Bank Erosion
  • 6:34 - What is Live Staking and How it Works
  • 12:24 - How To Live Stake (location, tools, cuttings, planting, success)
  • 56:00 - Question/Answer Session Ends

Instructors

Youth Water Education & Curriculum Development Conservation Volunteer Management Stormwater Management Safe Drinking Water Innovative Watershed Restoration Approaches Watershed Collaboratives

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