This restoration was initiated and funded through the WFWR Watershed Initiative, a NRCS Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) project from FY2016 using PL-566 funds.The restoration design for Dye Creek Site, includes re-establishing channel stability through excavation of a stream channel that will be natural and self-sustaining and have appropriate cross-sections, pattern, and longitudinal form. The excavation work will be complimented by implementation of a variety of structural elements including rock structures to maintain channel grade and to deflect high velocity flood currents from susceptible river banks. Also, toe-wood structures will be utilized to reduce near-bank water velocity, prevent erosion of the bank toe, and provide complex aquatic habitat. The riparian areas of the WFWR at Dye Creek Road will be restored to a plant community native to the local ecoregion.
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