EDU Earthly: Treasure Lake, KY Stream Repair update: VLOG of Back to Back days of footage

One rock dams/ gabbions and large woody debris gully stuffers, Treasure Lake, Kentucky, USA. January 2019.

The videos bellow are taken about 24 hours apart in mid January 2019.  One during a high flow situation due to rain on top of snow.  Then as the stream flow slows down, you can see the architecture of our restoring natural hydrology work in the second video.  It shows an incised creek being reshaped, habitat created, water and nutrients slowed and filtered. Only one years worth of work during a few pulsations. Basically as we put it, be the beaver!! Watch them both and check out the link below for more on this technique I have employed across the world. Also there are design maps at the bottom to understand it more contextually.

https://treeyopermacultureedu.com/chapter-7-water/restoring-natural-stream-hydrology/

HIGH FLOW STORM EVENT

LOWER FLOW NEXT DAY

 

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