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Small Stream Restoration Project



Project Overview
Project Name: Small Stream Restoration Project
Location: Worldwide
Project Status: Complete

Project Tags: water stream restoration

Project Team

Disciplines That Worked on Project

Civil Engineer: Water
People That Made The Project Happen (e.g., engineers, scientists, etc.)

Awards & Media
Media References
Project Details
About this project
This was a stream restoration project for a 200 linear feet channel. Although it was small, it had a big, positive impact on the homeowner who was previously concerned that the ditch would continue to erode into his yard.
Who benefits from this project, and how?
The homeowner benefited by changing an unsightly stream (with many invasive species) that was eroding into a beautiful stream that was stable and beautiful.
Environmental considerations
An eroding stream causes sediment to enter the water, which decreases the water quality of our streams and receiving waters. Removal of invasive species also benefits the environment by providing bio diversity for native species.
What's unique about this project?
Christina Casole, a water resources engineer, talks about why she enjoyed this project. https://youtu.be/RuKMyfnHyFk

Funding & Costs
Funding source: Public
Project cost: $
Funding notes: This project was funded by the county.

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