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Erosion and Sediment Control

EcoGro was hired to help improve habitat quality on natural area owned by the Cincinnati Nature Center. EcoGro installed erosion controls and native seed as well as removed invasive plants in conjunction with the restoration of Avey’s Run, a tributary to the East Fork Little Miami River. This project was funded by a grant funded by Ohio Division of Water Section 319 Nonpoint Source Program and coordinated by the Clermont Soil and Water Conservation District and the East Fork Watershed Collaborative.

Key Features:

  • Riparian buffer
  • Native plants
  • 100% Biodegrable erosion control blanket
  • Invasive species removal


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