RECENT PROJECTS

Recent Projects

2015
Mar 30

HYATT CREEK (1,000 FT)

Mar 30

NEW BELGIUM (400 FT)

Apr 05

COCHRAN (1,800 FT / 4 AC)

cochran Project History The Cochran Restoration Site is located near the town of Franklin in the western mountains of North Carolina. The entrenched streams suffered from significant bank stress, bank erosion, poor habitat and water quality. Past agriculture practices included the relocation of the channel to the edge of the valley and construction of ditches…

Mar 30

SOUTH MUDDY CREEK (2,100 FT)

Mar 30

HYDER BOG (1 AC)

Mar 23

CHILOGATEE (5,600 FT)

chilogatee Project History The Chilogatee Restoration Site is located near Maryville, Tennessee in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The entrenched streams suffered from significant bank stress, bank erosion, and poor habitat. Past agriculture practices had relocated the channel to the edge of the valley and the tributaries had been ditched across the floodplain. The…

Mar 30

TESSENTEE CREEK (2,000 FT)

Mar 30

PEE DEE (6,100 FT)

2014
Mar 23

JUNES BRANCH (3,100 FT)

junes branch Project History The Junes Branch Restoration Site is located near the town of Sylva in the western mountains of North Carolina. The entrenched streams suffered from significant bank stress, bank erosion, poor habitat and water quality. Past agriculture practices included the relocation of portions of the main channel to the edge of the…

Mar 30

LAKE EMORY (1,000 FT)

Mar 30

LAKE CRAIG (500 FT)

Mar 30

BASS MOUNTAIN (5,500 FT)

2012
Mar 30

NORTH FORK MUD CREEK (6,300 FT)

Mar 30

GREEN VALLEY (7,900 FT)

Mar 30

HEATH DAIRY (10,000 FT)

2011
Mar 30

CHADRIC CREEK (3,400 FT)

CHADRIC CREEK Project History The Chadric Creek Site is located in Surry County in the western piedmont of North Carolina. The restoration site was developed in coordination with a Level IV Rosgen Course and used to demonstrate design and construction principles to the class. The two main streams, Chadric Creek and Saddle Mountain Creek suffered…

Mar 23

SOUTH TOE RIVER (300 FT)

SOUTH TOE RIVER Project History The South Toe River Site is located in Yancey County, North Carolina near Mount Mitchell. The U.S. Forest Service sought to remove an eight-foot dam on the river due to issues with upstream instability and public safety hazards. The timber dam was originally installed in the 1960s as a barrier…

Mar 23

OCHLAWAHA BOG (1,100 FT / 6 AC)

Ochlawaha Bog Project History The Ochlawaha Bog Restoration Site is located near Hendersonville in the southern mountains of North Carolina and provides habitat for a population of bunched arrowhead (S. fasciculata). The bunched arrowhead is a federally endangered plant species that exists in less than a dozen locations in world. Additionally, Southern Appalachian Bog habitats…

Mar 30

BURROWS HOLLOW (900 FT)

2010
Mar 23

DILLSBORO DAM REMOVAL (4,000 FT)

Dillsboro Dam Removal Project History The Dillsboro Dam Removal Site is located in Dillsboro in the western mountains of North Carolina. The Dillsboro Dam was first constructed in 1913 and then re-constructed in 1927. The dam height was approximately 15 feet and impounded one half of a mile of the Tuckasegee River. Duke Energy removed…

2009
Mar 30

SHOAL FALLS (5,400 FT)

Mar 30

CROWFIELDS (3,400 FT)

2008
Mar 23

MORGAN CREEK (3,700 FT / 1 AC)

morgan creek Project History The Morgan Creek Restoration Site is located in Haywood County near Fines Creek in the western mountains of North Carolina. The entrenched streams were severely impacted due to agricultural practices and cattle access resulting in bank erosion, poor habitat and poor water quality. The goal of the project was to restore…

Mar 23

HOLLY GROVE (13,200 FT)

holly grove Project History The Holly Grove Restoration Site is located in Guilford County northeast of Greensboro in the piedmont region of North Carolina. The entrenched streams were historically impacted by agricultural practices and livestock access.  Land use practices included maintenance and removal of riparian vegetation and relocating, dredging, and straightening of the streams. The restoration consisted…

Mar 30

BANNISTER CREEK (10,000 FT)

Mar 30

ROSEBERRY CREEK (2,500 FT)

2007
Mar 30

CANTERBURY CREEK (6,600 FT)

Mar 30

LITTLE COHARIE CREEK (2,300 FT)

2006
Mar 30

SWANNANOA RIVER (3,000 FT)

Mar 30

LICK CREEK (9,600 FT)

Mar 30

ROQUIST (33 AC)

2005
Mar 30

COVE CREEK (1,900 FT)