Stream Restoration

The Chilogatee stream after restoration. Photo from National Park Service.
"Stream restoration is the re-establishment of the general structure, function and self-sustaining behavior of the stream system that existed prior to disturbance. It is a holistic process that requires an understanding of all physical and biological components of the stream system and its watershed." NCSU and EPA.
Stream Restoration

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