Streambank Erosion

Streambank Erosion

If you have spent years living near a stream or river, you know that the channel doesn’t stay put. Rivers and streams are dynamic – β€œhealthy” streams are a constantly changing system. Streams are rarely naturally straight; rather, they wind their way through the landscape, meandering back and forth. Bank erosion, where the soil along a stream or river is washed away, is a natural process and is important for creating and maintaining habitat for salmon and other fish and wildlife.

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