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Yazoo-Little Tallahatchie Flood Prevention Project

Yazoo-Little Tallahatchie Flood Prevention Project

a history of the Forest Service"s role.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Region in Atlanta, Ga .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tree planting -- Mississippi.,
  • Soil conservation -- Mississippi.,
  • Flood damage prevention -- Mississippi.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesForestry report R8-FR -- 8.
    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service. Southern Region.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 63 p. :
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18047832M

    Yazoo-Little Tallahatchie Flood Prevention Project Forest Service, USDA As a result of the Flood Control Act of , the U.S. Department of Agriculture was authorized to install upstream flood prevention measures in 11 large river basins. The Yazoo and the Little Tallahatchie . plantations established by the Yazoo-Little Tallahatchie Flood Prevention Project in north Mississippi. Survival Since , the Flood Prevention Project has planted ,, pine seedlingsmostly loblolly-on , acres of private land to stop erosion and to slow run-off. It is true that these sites are rougher than average.

    6. Yazoo-Little Tallahatchie Flood Prevention Project. 7. U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station. 8. Pascagoula River Basin Study, prepared for distribution at a hearing in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 9. Robert Gerber Address re: Stream Pollution, Mississippi Water Resources Policy Commission.   Research on the experimental forest and associated hydrological research supported the Yazoo-Little Tallahatchie Flood Prevention Project, a large Federal reforestation and soil stabilization effort conducted on the upper coastal plain of northern Mississippi from to

      It has footage of the devastating flood on along the Mississippi River. I learned that the film had been used for years by foresters from the Yazoo-Little Tallahatchie Flood Prevention Project and other U.S. Forest Service foresters to educate the public on the value of planting trees to prevent soil erosion and help heal the land from years of crop production on marginal lands/10(). Yazoo-Little Tallahatchie Flood Prevention Project. Call Number: SD M7 N49 New South Telephone Directory Company. The Big Blue Telephone Directory (Oxford, MS: New South Telephone Directory). Special Collections has and editions. Includes several Delta communities. Call Number: HE M7 BAuthor: Lauren Rogers.


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Gives a brief account of the miles of permanent firebreaks recently constructed in the extensive private Pine plantations (, acres) on the Yazoo-Little Tallahatchie Flood Prevention Project in N.

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