Brown Bark Restoration Project

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The Brown Bark Creek project used natural stream design to restore approximately 2,900 linear feet of stream for the North Carolina Ecosystem Enhancement Program. The stream had eroded banks, had been artificially straightened, and lacked aquatic habitat. New stream channels were designed and vegetation planted to stabilize the stream banks. The construction was completed in 2004 and will be monitored for five years to ensure the success of the restoration effort.

Brown Bark Survey Before
Surveyor Surveying Brown Bark Prior to Restoration