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Stream / Pond restoration

Few know the importance of water more than the modern farmer. Besides the need for drinking water, there are many benefits to increasing water retention on agricultural land. A space that can hold more water, like a pond or wetland, is more resilient against damage from both flooding and drought. Wetlands also reduce soil erosion, attract beneficial wildlife to a property, and filter out pollutants before reaching other waterways. In late 2022 the owner of Sruth Fuisce farm, Pat Sullivan, approached our team to discuss and come up with a quote for a large restoration project on this beautiful Kentucky horse farm.

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Sruth Fuisce pond


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