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Using natural channel design our stream restoration projects stabilize and repair degraded streambanks while returning streams to a more self-sustaining and stable form. This protects water quality, improves a stream’s capacity to handle floodwaters, and improves habitat for diverse species. 

When designed correctly, these projects require less maintenance, blend into and become part of the natural landscape over time, and ultimately reduce overall costs.

Monitor Change with Photo Stations

By crowdsourcing the photos, we're getting trail users involved in the monitoring process. A bracket installed on top of the signpost ensures a consistent height, angle, and direction for each photo. The end result: A photographic record of how riparian vegetation is filling in, how reconstructed streambanks are holding up, or how new floodplains are handling high river flows.


A river with a small bridge. A river with a small bridge.

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