Soil Stabilization Northern Virginia

Streambank and Shoreline Stabilization

Stream bank and shoreline stabilization is the process of protecting a stream or other body of water by re-shaping and stabilizing the bank. Where stream banks are eroded, they are re-shaped and protected with rock or vegetation.

Stabilizing the stream bank or shoreline protects water quality, improves fish habitat, and the vegetation provides habitat for birds and small animals. If animals are a problem, fencing restricts access to the bank or shore and, therefore, prevents soil from eroding.An SR&Rdesigner can analyze your stream and design a solution for restoration and continued stabilization.

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