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Scott Martin, Executive Director of The Land Learning Foundation, and Matt Roth of On-Site Soils attended the Stream Workshop hosted by the Society of Wetland Scientists. The workshop was held at Baker Wetlands Discovery Center in Lawrence, KS.
Dave Derrick, Potomologist and retired Research Hydraulic Engineer with the Corps of Engineers, lead the workshop discussing a variety of topics pertaining to stream restoration projects.
The workshop introduced the methodologies and procedures for initiating, planning, analyzing, and ultimately designing long-term sustainable river and stream stabilization or restoration projects. Innovative, environmentally sensitive and cost-effective approaches to restoration were discussed. Dave also presented comprehensive case studies supporting the subject matter.
Edmondson Creek Mitigation Bank (Saline County, MO) – Located in the Blackwater-Lamine Watershed in Read More
This 17-acre riparian mitigation project for the Missouri Department of Transportation was developedRead More
Lower Grand Riparian Mitigation Bank (Chariton County, MO) – This sizable project is located Read More
Land Learning Foundation’s Assistant Director, Katie Wiesehan, recently attended the Land TrusRead More
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