The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) received an EPA wetland development grant to assist the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with the collection of reference stream geomorphic and LWD data for future use to regionalize the Stream Quantification Tool for South Carolina. The final report is now available online as well as updated […]
Asheville, North Carolina / 2019 – 20 https://www.blueridgenow.com/news/20190206/conserving-carolina-working-to-rehab-100-acre-wetland
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
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.
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
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 […]