West Fork Dairy Creek Restoration Project 2007 to 2008

Stream before  log placement

Stream before log placement

West Fork Dairy Creek Restoration Project

L.L. “Stub” Stewart State Park

May 2007 to April 2008

Fish Habitat, Fish Passage, Riparian Planting

 

This project occurred in  L.L. “Stub” Stewart State Park as the park was being developed.  Two culverts and road fill were removed to allow fish passage to upstream habitat.  In addition 208 logs were placed in the streams by helicopter to produce additional fish habitat.  Native plants were planted on both sides of the stream and on a upland site following the in steam work.

Helicopter used to place logs in the stream

Helicopter used to place logs in the stream

More Information:
Two-Page Project Profile
OWEB Completion Report
Map Showing Photo Points
Pictures Site 2 Tributary Culvert Removal
Pictures Site 3 Road and Culvert Removal
Pictures Site 4 Culvert Before and After Removal
Pictures Site 5 Culvert Before and After Removal

 

 

Logs being placed in stream  below the bridge

Logs being placed in stream below the bridge

 

Pictures Site 8 Amar Property LWD
Status Report October 2009
Status Report May 2011

 

After logs placed in stream

After logs placed in stream

 

 

 

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