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Slope Stabilization

EcoGro was contacted to provide stabilization solutions for an eroded stream bank. During the restoration construction process a rock toe was installed along 400 feet of an eroded streambank. However, due to site limitations, the designers also needed a product to stabilize the steep, bare slope without removing existing trees. A compost-based “Living Wall” application was selected to establish vegetation and stabilize the slope.

Key Features:

  • Bioengineering
  • Bank stabilization
  • Filtrexx® Filtersoxx living wall
  • BFM hydroseeding

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