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Restoration Services

WHAT IS STREAM RESTORATION?

Stream restoration is the repair of a stream that has been impacted by erosion. Stream restoration improves water quality, stabilizes streambanks to protect against future erosion and property loss, and provides habitat for aquatic flora and fauna. Soil bioengineering is an important component of most stream restoration projects. This process involves the installation of carefully selected plant materials to stabilize the streambank soil.

Aquascape Environmental is a respected name in the field of aquatic resource and landscape restoration, having completed dozens of design/build stream and wetland projects throughout the Southeast.

We understand that restoration projects must be properly designed and correctly implemented to prevent project failure and costly repairs. With more than two decades of experience, Aquascape Environmental is the aquatic resource and landscape restoration expert.

Soil Bioengineering is an important component of most stream restoration projects. This process involves the installation of carefully selected native plant materials to stabilize the streambank soil in lieu of straight hard armoring techniques. Soil bioengineering may be used in conjunction with other techniques depending on site conditions.

Techniques & Materials

  • Rip-rap placement
  • Littoral shelves
  • Gabion baskets
  • Native plants & grasses
  • Geotextiles
  • Jute fiber
  • Coir logs

Restoration Services

  • Stream Restoration
  • Streambank Stabilization
  • Wetland Restoration
  • Buffer Revegetation
  • Aquatic Enhancements
  • Rain Garden Installation