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With an ecological perspective, EcoGro uses the dense, strong root systems of native plants in conjunction with a variety of soil bioengineering techniques to naturally reinforce slopes. We utilize native grasses, wildflowers, trees, shrubs and aquatic plants to control erosion, produce wildlife habitat, provide nutrient management and create a low-maintenance landscape. Projects can range from bank shaping and structural development to simply armoring existing profiles. Based on site conditions, access limitations and the extent of slope protection required we can custom tailor a project to meet the owner’s desired aesthetic and maintenance requirements.


Bank Stabilization Projects

Valley Park Stream Crossing
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With citizens constantly crossing through the creek and a new sewer running under the creek, the stream crossing at Valley Park was a much needed and…

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Woodfield Pond
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EcoGro was contracted by the Woodfield Homeowners Association to provide an attractive solution to address an eroding pond edge. A large volume of…

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Vaughn's Branch
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The purpose of this project was to provide a green technique for stabilizing an eroding streambank in conjunction with infrastructure upgrades. The…

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Lexmark Shadybrook Park
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This project consisted of repairing the banks of a section of Cane Run and a section of a tributary to Cane Run flowing through Shadybrook Park,…

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Lexington Green
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The Mall at Lexington Green had been suffering from erosion along its pond banks for several years. The numerous geese that were attracted to the…

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Lee's Branch
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EcoGro was contacted to provide stabilization solutions for an eroded stream bank. During the restoration construction process a rock toe was…

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LCM Amtek
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Linden Long, owner of LCM Company, has seen his share of steep slopes. He claims that the problem is only getting worse due to the fact that people…

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First Alliance Church
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First Alliance Church was having difficulty maintaining a steep section of turf next to a newly constructed detention pond. The exposed soil was…

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