As pretty as this little waterall might be, you don't want this headcut chewing through your field.
Water issues are always there - sometimes too much, sometimes too little. Often the attempt control or manage water leads to unintended and unwanted consequences years later. This project is focusing on restoring a stream so that erosion is controlled.
Register for the Classroom Session https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/soil-erosion-series-workshop-tickets-47553251054
or for both the Classrrom Session and Workshop https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/soil-erosion-series-workshop-tickets-47553251054
Or join us for the field day! https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/soil-erosion-series-field-day-tickets-47550742551
This is the erosion problem creating by channel straightening done decades ago. Accessing the field on both sides of the incised channel is tough.
This project is starting with assessment and we would like you to join us.
We would like to thank the Government of Alberta for providing funding for this project through the Watershed Resiliency and Restoration Program (http://aep.alberta.ca/water/programs-and-services/watershed-resiliency-and-restoration-program/default.aspx).