The Tryan Project is a streambank restoration project currently in progress. The project encompasses over 5,000 feet of stream along Prickly Pear Creek, where many banks are actively eroding and highly incised; lacking vegetation to hold the banks in place, as well as connectivity to its floodplain to dissipate high flow events.
Landowners were interested in implementing restoration on their properties as they experience land loss from sloughing and eroding banks.
The major outcomes of this restoration project are aimed to:
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