streamside


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stream·side

 (strēm′sīd′)
n.
The land adjacent to a stream.

streamside

(ˈstriːmˌsaɪd)
n
(Physical Geography) the bank of or land beside a stream
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Over the last 10 years, with help from environmental schemes, he has also built 3,000 sq metres of dry stone walls, restored 2,500 metres of hedgerows, secured 1,000 metres of streamside corridors and planted 6,500 trees.
The Web, Church Street, Bloxham, near Banbury is a two-bedroom, Grade II-listed cottage being auctioned with a guide price of PS175,000, while the two-bedroom Streamside Bungalow, in Church Road, Eardisley, Herefordshire, has a guide price of PS110,000.
Through Glastir, the Welsh Government agrienvironment scheme introduced in 2012, farmers have created 310km of streamside corridor and over 265km of new or restored hedgerows.
Unfortunately, too many people in county government and the timber industry don't understand the impact of clear-cut and streamside logging on Oregon's rivers.
Streamside trees also help provide food, shelter and safe travel corridors for wildlife.
Once again, the stunning five-acre streamside gardens on Stokesley Road, Guisborough, will be opening to the public this Sunday from noon to 5pm.
Forest Service, the Montana Department of Environmental Quality, and the Montana Environmental Trust Group to assure that streamside mine tailings along Flat Creek, and contamination at the Iron Mountain mine and mill site, are cleaned up in a coordinated and timely manner.
Specific actions include funding for major rehabilitation of stream banks in Fayetteville (the city has more than 100 miles of streams); improvement of water runoff and erosion issues; development of a low impact, clean waterway plan designed to reduce non-point source loadings into the watershed (in partnership with Home Depot and University of Arkansas); and development of riparian buffers, a cost-effective way to provide strategic streamside protection and reduce pollutants.
com)-- Over the program's first two decades, more than 60,000 middle- and high-school students attended streamside Salmon Watch field trips to observe spawning salmon, studied the salmon life-cycle using Salmon Watch-supplied school materials, and got their hands dirty on Salmon Watch-sponsored community-service projects.
In June of last year, we embarked on an effort with Streamside Ventures to scale our capabilities and our reach.
The houses in the streamside were submerged by the floodwater.