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Fencing and Livestock Exclusion

A wood fencing enclosure at Yellowstone National Park. Photo by N. Herbert.
"A Livestock Exclusion System means a system of permanent fencing (board, barbed, high tensile or electric wire) installed to exclude livestock from streams and critical areas not intended for grazing to improve water quality. Benefits may include reduced soil erosion, sedimentation, pathogen contamination and pollution from dissolved, particulate, and sediment-attached substances." From: Livestock Exclusion System (link is external).
Fencing and Livestock Exclusion

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