Grassy Creek Restoration
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Beeson Creek Restoration

Ivey Redmond Sports Complex, Kernersville, NC, 2018-19 Community Walk-through of completed work, May 18, 2019 The new path of Beeson Creek among existing trees, which provide shade for fish habitats

Limekiln Creek Restoration

Marion, North CarolinaSummer 2019 Before, eroding streambanks, stormwater runoff, and invasive plants contributed to poor water quality and degraded habitats for fish and other wildlife. Now, stream re-shaping, riparian vegetation, and meandering riffles and pools provide diverse habitats for fish and insects.

Mud Creek Restoration

Asheville, North Carolina / 2019 February 2019: https://www.blueridgenow.com/news/20190206/conserving-carolina-working-to-rehab-100-acre-wetland

Linville River Restoration

Newland, North Carolina, Fall 2019 In the news: https://www.publicnewsservice.org/2019-10-22/environment/river-restoration-project-in-western-nc-aims-to-save-trout-population/a68123-1 https://www.ncforestservice.gov/water_quality/pdf/bmp_newsletter/BMP-2019-Q4.pdf

Turkey Creek Restoration

Pinson, Alabama / 2017 The Turkey Creek restoration project has successfully improved water quality and aquatic habitats in the Turkey Creek watershed in Alabama and provided a demonstration site for a healthy natural stream in the Birmingham metro area. The natural channel design project includes channel relocation and reconfiguration to create stable morphology and floodplain […]

Mill Creek

Phenix City, Alabama The Mill Creek restoration projects have successfully improved water quality and aquatic habitats in Eastern Alabama and provided a demonstration site for a healthy urban stream in the Chattahoochee River Basin. The natural channel design projects include channel relocation and reconfiguration to create stable morphology and floodplain connection, streambank bioengineering, riparian buffer […]

Parkerson Mill Creek

Auburn, Alabama The Parkerson Mill Creek restoration projects have successfully improved water quality and aquatic habitats in Eastern Alabama and provided a demonstration site for a healthy urban stream in the Tallapoosa River Basin. The natural channel design projects include channel relocation and reconfiguration to create stable morphology and floodplain connection, streambank bioengineering, riparian buffer […]

Purlear Creek

Purlear, North Carolina The Purlear Creek restoration project successfully improved water quality and aquatic habitats in the Yadkin River Basin and provided a demonstration site for a healthy riparian forest ecosystem as part of the State Forest property. The natural channel design project includes channel relocation and reconfiguration to create stable morphology and floodplain connection, […]

East Prong Roaring River

Traphill, North Carolina The East Prong Roaring River restoration project has successfully improved water quality and trout habitats in the Yadkin River Basin and provided recreational fishing access to a healthy riparian ecosystem. The natural channel design project includes channel realignment to create stable morphology and floodplain connection, wood toe revetments, streambank bioengineering, riparian buffer […]

Reasonover Creek

Transylvania County, North Carolina The Reasonover Creek restoration project successfully improved water quality and aquatic habitats in the French Broad River Basin and provided a demonstration site for a healthy riparian forest ecosystem as part of the DuPont State Forest property. The natural channel design project includes channel relocation and reconfiguration to create stable morphology […]

Wolf Run Stream

Poplarville, Mississippi The Wolf Run Mitigation Bank project is successfully improving water quality and aquatic habitats in the Wolf River Basin in Coastal Mississippi. The natural channel design project includes channel relocation and reconfiguration to create stable morphology and floodplain connection, wood toe revetments, streambank bioengineering, riparian buffer establishment, invasive plant control, and in-stream boulder […]

Shades Creek

Homewood, Alabama The Shades Creek restoration project successfully improved streambank stability and water quality in the Cahaba River Basin in Alabama and provided a demonstration site for a healthy urban stream in the Birmingham metro area. The natural channel design project includes channel relocation and reconfiguration to create stable morphology and floodplain connection, streambank bioengineering, […]

Mills River

Henderson County, North Carolina The Mills River restoration project successfully improved water quality and aquatic habitats in the French Broad River Basin and provided a demonstration site for a healthy riparian forest ecosystem in a USFS recreational area. The natural channel design project includes channel relocation and reconfiguration to create stable morphology and floodplain connection, […]