Climbers Run before work. Spring of 2010.
Start of restoration work in September 2010.
Tree Planting, November 2010
Volunteers from local schools, the Pequea Watershed Association & DTU plant trees on the newly-restored sections.
Volunteers plant 250 trees and shrubs to replace some lost in flooding. October 2013.
The upper gorge is impressive.
No major work is needed up here.
In Summer of 2013, representatives of DTU, LCC and US Fish & Wildlife evaluate the stream.
Notice the thickets of invasives and eroded banks.
Work begins in January 2015.
By early March the changes were impressive.
The other side of the stream is where we earlier saw thickets of invasives and eroded banks.
Banks graded and seeded, invasives removed and a log vane doing its job.
DTU's Greg Wilson & LCC's Lydia Martin by one of the signs thanking our partners.
Students from a local school release their TIC trout into the stream in May, 2015.