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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Ashley, 19, of the 200 block of Streamside Drive, and Corbyn C.
Since 2006, Southern Company has helped fund 128 Five Star and Urban Waters Restoration grants, resulting in an on-the-ground conservation impact of over $14 million, which has aided in the restoration of over 1,300 acres and nearly 138,000 feet of streamside buffer in communities we are privileged to serve.
In Coventry the fastest street has been revealed as Warwick Street in Earlsdon with an average of 55.657Mbps The 5 slowest streets Sargasso Lane, Nuneaton 1.300 Windmill Road, Coventry 3.319 Lutterworth Road, Burton Hastings 4.108 Hollyfast Road, Coventry 4.526 Kenpas Highway, Coventry 5.492 The 5 fastest streets Warwick Street, Coventry 55.657 Wentworth Drive, Nuneaton 53.881 Streamside Close, Allesley 47.371 Waverley Avenue, Nuneaton 33.015 Unicorn Avenue, Coventry 33.008 Abdon Avenue in Birmingham enjoys the UK's fastest connections, while Greenmeadows Park in Bamfurlong, Gloucestershire, endures the slowest.
The scheme will encourage farmers in the upper reaches of the River Clwyd to plant new and restore old hedges, create small woodlands, shelter belts and streamside corridors, and use "leaky log" dams on hillside streams to hold back the surges of water that can cause disruptive floods.
Rare the fish the boy found streamside when he first devised the game-- look for the narrowest place to cross the creek to build a dam-- gather the leaves from forest floor, twigs and branches to bolster the frame, grow the structure until he'd created a cascade in miniature or salmon ladder for a tiny salmon to swim home.
During the program, the Stroud Center explained the importance of streamside forests and meadows for stormwater runoff, retention and stream health.
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.
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.
In 2004, the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians established the first portable streamside rearing facility where young nme collected from the river in spring were nurtured and protected until the fall, when they were released back into the same river.
Once again, the stunning five-acre streamside gardens on Stokesley Road, Guisborough, will be opening to the public this Sunday from noon to 5pm.