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Agroforestry Is Key to Cleaning Up Waterways and the Chesapeake Bay

A new multifunctional riparian buffer planting at Village Acres Farm in Mifflintown, Pennsylvania. They planted a combination of silvopasture-supporting trees, high-shade trees near the water, and underplantings that can be used by florists or harvested for profitable crops. (Image courtesy of Angela Brubaker)