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Mined Land Reclamation and Wetland Construction

EcoGro was hired to build High altitude wetlands that serve as both a natural filter for runoff and habitat for a diversity of aquatic and semi-aquatic species such as salamanders, toads and frogs. The overall goal of this project is to improve the watershed health and water qulity in Lambert Run for stream inhabitants (such as native brook trout). Clusters of over 100 vernal wetlands and numerous water bars were built with available materials to slow water and stabilizeits flow path.  Additional steps were taken to decommission unused mining roads as well as address ustable/ eroding drainage swales.  For more information please view the full project profile. 

Key Features:

  • Design/Build
  • Wetlands
  • Mined Land Reclamation

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