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    Improving water quality

    We're restoring the streams to improve fish and aquatic habitat.

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    Protecting the trees

    Bank erosion is undercutting tree roots and these trees at the edge of the creek will ultimately be lost due to progressive erosion.
    We will save as many trees as possible during construction and will replant shrub and trees when we finish.

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    Restoring our streams

    We will be restoring the streams to their natural shape, flow, and location in the landscape.
    This photo shows raw, eroding banks and the stream bed choked with fine sediment, which adversely impacts aquatic habitat.

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ALERT! Sierra Loop, Robinson Rockhouse, and South Fork trails are currently closed due to construction. For more information, please contact the Nature Center.

FAQ

We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about the Reedy Creek Stream Restoration project.
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SCHEDULE

Check out the Reedy Creek Stream Restoration project schedule to stay informed about the progress we’ll make during each stage of the project. This project schedule is also informative about what to expect throughout the stream restoration process. View the project schedule »

Latest project updates

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Stream construction is approximately 60% complete at Reedy Creek Nature Preserve

Construction on the Reedy Creek Stream Restoration Project is approximately 60% complete. The follow...

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Reedy Creek construction crews are making progress

Construction is underway at the Reedy Creek Stream Restoration project. Construction crews have com...

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Construction is set to begin on November 1st

North State Environmental construction crews are gearing up to start construction on the Reedy Creek...

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