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Tippets: Conversation with Kelly Galloup, Buffer Trees Benefit Streams

November 28, 2014 By: Erin Block

  • Kelly Galloup talks with Greg Thomas of Fly Rod & Reel about his love for big flies and fish in a recent interview on Angler’s Tonic.
  • New research from the Stroud Water Research Center has shown a buffer of trees along waterways is even more beneficial than previously thought to the health of the streams. “Not only are they highly effective at reducing nutrient runoff, but buffers also provide a host of additional stream benefits, such as stabilizing banks, regulating water temperatures and improving habitat quality.” Via The Fishing Wire.