Before and After Project Photos

Outlet Creek Emergency Erosion Control (1 of 3)

Before: Un-permitted hilltop grading for marijuana cultivation has caused erosion and degraded water quality in Outlet Creek.
Before: Un-permitted hilltop grading for marijuana cultivation has caused erosion and degraded water quality in Outlet Creek.
During: Heavy equipment is used to recontour the hillslope and prevent future sediment delivery to Outlet Creek.
During: Heavy equipment is used to recontour the hillslope and prevent future sediment delivery to Outlet Creek.
After: The ridgetop has been recontoured, seeded and mulched just in time for the winter wet season.
After: The ridgetop has been recontoured, seeded and mulched just in time for the winter wet season.

Outlet Creek Emergency Erosion Control (2 of 3)

Before: Poorly-designed, un-permitted hilltop grading and road construction discharges sediment to a tributary of Outlet Creek.
Before: Poorly-designed, un-permitted hilltop grading and road construction discharges sediment to a tributary of Outlet Creek.
After: Implementation of emergency erosion control measures prevents additional sediment delivery and protects water quality.
After: Implementation of emergency erosion control measures prevents additional sediment delivery and protects water quality.

Outlet Creek Emergency Erosion Control (3 of 3)

Before: Surface erosion of this unpaved road delivers excessive fine sediment to a tributary of Outlet Creek.
Before: Surface erosion of this unpaved road delivers excessive fine sediment to a tributary of Outlet Creek.
After: Implementation of proper road drainage techniques disipates runoff, dramatically reducing erosion and sediment delivery.
After: Implementation of proper road drainage techniques disipates runoff, dramatically reducing erosion and sediment delivery.

Tomki Creek Emergency Erosion Control (Part 1 of 3)

Before: Un-permitted, poorly constructed roads and site grading was causing significant erosion - A Clean-up Order was issued
Before: Un-permitted, poorly constructed roads and site grading was causing significant erosion - A Clean-up Order was issued
During: Heavy equipment is used to restore the property
During: Heavy equipment is used to restore the property
After:  Decommissioned roads and re-contoured slopes prevent future erosion
After: Decommissioned roads and re-contoured slopes prevent future erosion

Tomki Creek Emergency Erosion Control (Part 2 of 3)

Before: Un-permitted and poorly constructed roads causing significant erosion and instability
Before: Un-permitted and poorly constructed roads causing significant erosion and instability
During: Heavy equipment is used to decommission and obliterate the roads. Spoil has been endhauled off-site.
During: Heavy equipment is used to decommission and obliterate the roads. Spoil has been endhauled off-site.
After: All roads have been decommissioned and re-contoured to prevent future erosion
After: All roads have been decommissioned and re-contoured to prevent future erosion

Tomki Creek Emergency Erosion Control (Part 3 of 3)

Before: Un-permitted grading and modification to the stream network has triggered significant erosion and hillslope instability
Before: Un-permitted grading and modification to the stream network has triggered significant erosion and hillslope instability
During: Heavy equipment and laborers work to restore natural drainage patterns on the property
During: Heavy equipment and laborers work to restore natural drainage patterns on the property
After: Hillslopes have been re-contoured to restore natural drainage patterns
After: Hillslopes have been re-contoured to restore natural drainage patterns
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