Here’s a fun culvert replacement project that we did for the United States Forest Service. Watch the video or check out the photos below.
Extensive photos of our work on a U.S. Forest Service stream and meadow restoration project.
Palouse River Bank Stabilization at Camp Grizzly North of Harvard – 2016 This project constructed to prevent further erosion of the river bank which was threatening to take out a fence and was eating up usable area.
This project was completed on private land and funded by the NRCS. The eroding river bank was threatening to take out a private roadway used to access a private river crossing.
This project was completed on private land and funded by the NRCS. The river bank was moving back several feet each year cutting into valuable farmland. Rip-Rap was placed on the bank with willow cuttings planted between the rocks. Several rock barbs were also constructed to help redirect the flow and reduce the pressure on… Continue reading “Palouse River Banks Stabilization near Harvard – 2004”