Posts Tagged ‘Trout Headwaters’

Stream Restoration on Sleeping Dog Ranch

November 12th, 2009



Stream restoration work was completed on the Sleeping Dog Ranch during the fall of 2008. Before and after pictures appear to the left.  The project was a success as stated by a Trout Headwaters case study.  The results from the report stated the following:  The final design resulted in restoration and enhancement of nearly six acres of wetland by dip-only excavation; restoration of 4,500 linear feet of Cebolla Creek; and construction of 4,000 linear ft. of new stream channel to restore an appropriate and stable geomorphology.  Normal geomorphic functions including sediment transport, pool formation, and nutrient transport. Completion of this project actively benefits the health of aquatic and terrestrial resources on the property and also benefits water quality and floodplain function for downstream and neighboring properties. » More: Stream Restoration on Sleeping Dog Ranch

New Trout Headwaters Blog

October 28th, 2009

river-school-de1Check out the new Trout Headwaters blog…Experience EcoBlue.  You can find great information regarding river, stream and wetland renewal.  Additional information about Trout Headwaters can be found on the TU site at