Conserving Wild Wonders:
A comprehensive design study that will support the restoration of an approximately one-acre pond, aesthetically and functionally, in support of future educational, conservation, and recreational activities.
Our beautiful pond is a prominent feature of our nature center campus. It’s teeming with life, but currently suffering from bank erosion, a breech through the north pond wall, accumulation of nutrients and inadequate circulation.
This project will provide us with the information needed to proceed with the construction phase of a project that will help us conserve this incredible Wild Wonder for enjoyment by our community well into the future!
PROJECT COMPONENTS INCLUDE:
Feasibility Study—completed phases include:
i. Wetland Study Update
ii. Site Visit/Inspection (Geotech and Civil)
iii. Report of Findings and Recommendations
i. Survey of Details (completed)
ii. Grading and Erosion Control Plans
iii. Hydrology and Hydraulics Study and Report
iv. Chapter 105 Permit Impact Plan (if needed)