Bio-engineered Stream-bank Stabilization on the Elk River

Thursday, March 8, 2018

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NOEL -- The Nature Conservancy of Missouri, in partnership with several local landowners, has been advancing construction on a project to stabilize 1,600 feet of eroding stream bank on the Elk River in McDonald County. Working with the Department of Natural Resources, the Conservancy is applying innovative bio-engineering techniques to not only stabilize continued erosion but also to improve habitat for fish and wildlife and downstream recreation.

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