Title

Brier Fork Creek Restoration Project

(Meridianville, Alabama)


Project Description: Restored over 2,600 lnear feet of stream channel using natural channel design techniques

Tasks Performed:

  • Habitat and stream assessment
  • Improved habitat for federally threatened slackwater darter (Etheostoma boschungi)
  • Design
  • Construction Oversight 

 

Title

Yancey Branch Restoration Project

(Daphne, Alabama)


Project Description: Stabilized 3,600 lnear feet of stream channel using natural channel design techniques

Tasks Performed:

  • Habitat and stream assessment
  • Implemented large woody material enhancement for aquatic bug and fish habitat
  • Design
  • Construction Oversight  

Title

Lewis Smith Developement Sipsey Fork Fish Habitat Enhancement Project (Jasper, Alabama)


Project Description: Enhanced Sipsey Fork coldwater trout fishery for Alabama Power below the Smith Lake Dam


Tasks Performed:

  • Habitat assessment
  • Installed velocity shelters and refugia habitats
  • Created convergent and divergent structures for trout resting areas
  • Implemented large woody material enhancement for aquatic bug and fish habitat
  • Design and Construction 



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rankings for best management planning


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