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Stream Mitigation

The EcoGro, Ridgewater, Stantec Team worked to develop a stream mitigation project at the tailwaters of Lake Cumberland. The goal of this Design/Build project is to create Stream and wetland mitigation credits for KDFWR, with one other goal of creating a self-sustaining trout population. Water that feeds into the USFWS Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery will now flow through nearly 6,000 linear feet of new stream channel and wetlands.  

Key Features:

  • Design / Build
  • Stream and Wetland Construction
  • Trout Habitat
  • Fish Passage from Cumberland River

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