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Hey guys! So we are having trouble here at our stream bank. There is a lot of stream bank erosion going on, the people who mow the lawn are mowing to close to the bank.
The consequences that affects our aquatic system are, the cost of treating drinking water, our riparian buffer clean runoff that feeds the stream where kid such as us play. Also while we are at it a ripirian buffer zone is an interface between land and water.
We think we can make this better by mowing at least three feet away from the stream bank. Another thing is we can plant some trees to hold the vegetation. Also the stream is important because it processes to more waters and into one big thing such as the ocean.
Also the stream is important because it keeps animals such as fish safe and where wild animals like deer and other organisms and animals get water to drink.
Whenever it rains, dirt is getting pushed into the stream and in the processes it rolls down the bank and hits the water then becomes mud. Since it's mud instead of water the mud gets stuck in fishes gills and the fish can't breathe and end up dying.
Hope you understand all of our reasons to save our stream bank erosion. Also if you ever need the help think of the information we listed in the video. Thank you and have a great day!
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