Check out this great new interactive tool from Trout Unlimited:
Learn about fish passage barriers and where to get help to replace or remove culverts, dams, or other barriers.
Learn about why wood in streams and rivers is important, and where you can find help if you have issues related to large wood on your streamside property.
[one_half] [/one_half] [one_half_omega] If you have spent years living near a stream of river you know that the channel doesn’t stay put! Erosion along stream and river banks is a natural process. Streams are rarely naturally straight; rather, they wind their way through the landscape, meandering back and forth. Erosion naturally happens at the outside more »
Learn about the benefits that trees and shrubs along your stream can provide.
The term watershed describes an area of land that drains down slope to the lowest point.