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The Small Habitat Restoration Program restored and improved streams and wetlands, and provided technical assistance to property owners, since 1995. This report describes projects accomplished and services provided during 2005, including:

  • in urban areas - the Small Habitat Restoration Program (SHRP) had 35 active habitat restoration projects, including 14 projects that were in construction phase, one project in design and permit phase, 14 projects that were maintained and monitored, as well as six technical assistance projects. SHRP restoration projects improved a total of 3,590 lineal feet of streambank, 9 acres of stream buffer restored, 500 square feet of wetland, and 3000 square feet of upland habitat enhanced Urban Service Area in 2005.
  • in the rural service area - SHRP had 25 active habitat restoration projects, including seven in construction phase, one in design and permit phase, two technical assistance projects and 15 projects that were maintained and monitored. SHRP restoration projects improved a total of 2,385 lineal feet of streambank, 30 feet of culvert and road removed, 1.3 acres of wetland restored and 5.2 acres of stream and wetland buffer in the Rural Service Area in 2005.

The Small Habitat Restoration Program 2005 Report is available in Adobe Acrobat format.

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Small Habitat Restoration Program 2005 Report

For more information about the Small Habitat Restoration Program, please contact Mason Bowles, senior ecologist, Water and Land Resources Division Ecological Restoration and Engineering Services Unit.