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Wire caging used to protec seedlings

Wire caging used to protec seedlings

Salmonid Restoration Federation - rock log point to create scour pool

Salmonid Restoration Federation - rock log point to create scour pool

Klamath River    Complex engineered log jam. (R. Fiori)

Klamath River Complex engineered log jam. (R. Fiori)

Mad River Aquatic Habitat Restoration - Salmonid Restoration Federation Log placement in small streams

Mad River Aquatic Habitat Restoration - Salmonid Restoration Federation Log placement in small streams

Anchor QEA - Tucannon River Restoration

Anchor QEA - Tucannon River Restoration

Mad River Aquatic Habitat Restoration - Salmonid Restoration Federation  Culverts that may hinder upstream passage of juvenile or adult salmon

Mad River Aquatic Habitat Restoration - Salmonid Restoration Federation Culverts that may hinder upstream passage of juvenile or adult salmon

Anchor QEA - Cow Creek Restoration

Anchor QEA - Cow Creek Restoration

Photo of tree stump in stream, and CDFW STRATEGY.  Underwater snags provide good cover for juvenile coho

Photo of tree stump in stream, and CDFW STRATEGY. Underwater snags provide good cover for juvenile coho

Salmonid Restoration Federation - engineered log jam or ELJ

Salmonid Restoration Federation - engineered log jam or ELJ

Recent Innovations in Process-Based Restoration Workshop | Salmonid Restoration Federation  Beaver dams

Recent Innovations in Process-Based Restoration Workshop

Zayante Creek Bioengineered Willow Wall

Zayante Creek Bioengineered Willow Wall

Recent restoration projects for an urban stream in North Carolina have failed to achieve water quality goals due to good intentions but poor data. A proposed solution is management turning to large-scale planning measures that address both water quality and the stress a stream can place on urban infrastructure. #EnvironmentalMonitor #waterquality http://www.fondriest.com/news/data-shows-urban-stream-restorations-fall-short-water-quality-goals.htm

Despite date showing that temperature is an issue on Boone Creek, a restoration at Jimmy Smith Park removed stream-shading trees (Photo courtesy of Kristan Cockerill)

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