Low head dam mitigation

Mill Creek Alliance – Cincinnati, OH

Gently sloped rock riffles with protruding habitat boulders mitigate two low head dams on the Lower Mill Creek by restoring fish passage and improving recreational safety.

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Acacia Northeast Pond Optimization and Stream Daylighting

Cleveland Metroparks – Lyndhurst, OH

Pond retrofit delivers prolonged baseflows and reduced peak flows to a newly daylighted ~240-foot stream-wetland complex.

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Glenway Woods Stream Daylighting

Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati - Cincinnati, OH

~3,200 feet of daylighted stream in a nature preserve with native limestone “creek rock” revives a stream that had been buried in a combined sewer for more than 100 years.

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East Branch Restoration via Hand Structures

Cuyahoga County Soil and Water District – Cleveland, OH

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~1,000 feet of suburban stream with chronic bank erosion were rehabilitated via hand-placed log structures that restore fluvial processes and reduce sediment loads from bank erosion while preserving the existing tree canopy.


Woodlawn Outfall stabilization

Mill Creek Alliance - Cicinnati, OH

Two stormwater outfalls stabilized with rock, three acres of invasive vegetation removed, and the riparian corridor restored using native vegetation.

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YMCA BANKFULL Wetland

Boone County Conservation District - Burlington, KY

~7-acre-ft floodplain wetland provides hydrologic restoration to Gunpowder Creek while also improving habitat conditions, water quality benefits, and serving as an educational feature for YMCA programming.

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Marival-Broadview Stream Restoration

City of Mason - Mason, OH

~2,500 feet of stream restoration throughout a neighborhood delivers water quality, habitat, and improved aesthetics to a degraded system.

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Rapid Run park bioswale

Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati - Cincinnati, OH

Bioswale design includes several step-pools to slow, detain, and cleanse stormwater runoff from a local park and an adjacent roadway.

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Curry's fork stream restoration

Oldham County Fiscal Court - Oldham County, KY

Restoration project involves targeted bank stabilization, removal of invasive species and tires from the channel, and native riparian plantings.

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Banklick Wetland Streambank Stabilization

Sanitation District No. 1 of Northern Kentucky – Covington, KY

Boulder toe armoring and vegetation as well as a rock riffle stabilize an eroding streambank, ultimately protecting the equilibrium basin for a $2M wetland.


SPUI Bioretention STREAM-WETLAND COMPLEX

Boone County Conservation District – Burlington, KY

Stormwater BMP restores stream/wetland habitat and meets water quality, channel protection, and flood control criteria to intercept and treat stormwater runoff from a major interchange at the headwaters of Woolper Creek.

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