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  1. GOODWIN CREEK @ WARNER MCBRIDE PROPERTY, NEAR BATESVILLE, MS. CONSTRUCTED FEB 26 – MAR 2, 2007 The final design was based on the landowner’s required stream and riparian corridor functions

  2. KEY Tieback/key- 1.0 ton/ft Goodwin Creek @ McBride Property Design Layout for Bends 1 & 2 FLOW LPSTP- 0.5 ton/ft LPSTP- 1.0 ton/ft Traffic Control Stones Bend 1 Bendway Weirs 1.0 ton/ft Boil-Up Pool 2.0 tons/ft Bend 2

  3. DESIGN CHOSEN BY THE LANDOWNER FOR BEND #1: LPSTP WITH BENDWAY WEIRS & MAXIMUM VEGETATION. BANK ALMOST COMPLETELY BUILT OUT INTO STREAM (UPPER BANK SLIGHTLY LAID BACK AT EDGE)

  4. Project designers Dr. Andrew Simon ARS-NSL & Dave Derrick, ERDC-CHL GOODWIN CREEK–CONSTRUCTION-FEB 2007–DIRK SPENCER

  5. THE PLAN Actually Derrick’s cheat sheet PIX BY DANNY KLIMETZ

  6. CUT Typical post-project cross-section Pix with outline of proposed work CUT FILL LPSTP

  7. KEY Goodwin Creek-Cross Section-Soil Cut/Fill Area (Bend 1) Top bank, right descending bank LPSTP Fill area NOTE: All cut/fill activity will be in balance +15 +12 Cut areas 6 ft LPSTP This left bank cut area will also provide a floodplain bench for the stream ELE +0.0 Varies 7 to 14 ft

  8. PRE-PROJECT CONDITIONS BEND #1

  9. Looking DS at Bend #1 GOODWIN CREEK - NOV 2007 - PIX BY DERRICK

  10. From channel, looking DS @ Bend #1 GOODWIN CREEK - NOV 2007 - PIX BY DERRICK

  11. FLOOD APRIL 6, 2005 BEND #1

  12. Looking DS at supercritical flume-good hydro data GOODWIN CREEK – FLOOD APR 6, 2005

  13. Looking DS @ Bend #1 Note thalweg trace GOODWIN CREEK – FLOOD APR 6, 2005

  14. LET’S GET IT STARTED

  15. 1 of 7 trucks stuck GOODWIN CREEK – CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 –DANNY KLIMETZ

  16. Dave Derrick teaching some of the 44 workshop participants GOODWIN CREEK–CONSTRUCTION-FEB 27, 2007–DANNY KLIMETZ

  17. ALL METHODS USED IN PROJECT • LPSTP WITH TIEBACKS & KEYS • LIVE STAKING OF ADVENTITIOUS ROOTING SPECIES (Willow, River Birch, & Sycamore) • LIVE SILTATION • TRANSPLANTATION OF BOTH TRIMMED & WHOLE TREES • RPM ROOTED STOCK (3 GALLON CONTAINER) PLANTS • LIVING RETARDS & LIVING DIKES • POLE PLANTING & UPPER BANK CURTAINS • BENDWAY WEIRS • TRAFFIC CONTROL STONES • BOIL-UP POOL • AN ENGINEERED ROCKED RIFFLE • SEEDING & MULCHING

  18. CONSTRUCTION BEND # 1

  19. KEY Tieback/key- 1.0 ton/ft LPSTP- 0.5 ton/ft LPSTP- 1.0 ton/ft Top bank Traffic Control Stones Bendway Weirs 1.0 ton/ft Flow Bend 1

  20. SELF-ADJUSTING, SELF-FILTERING STONE Original cross-section, note angle of repose 1:1.5 to 1:1.25 Reduced height of protection Undercut & launched, original height of protection is reduced Undercut angle of repose is steeper than original

  21. Constructed terraces with specific species vegetation (or combos) on each bench Live Siltation (willow) Backfill Original bank LPSTP Longitudinal Peaked Stone Toe Protection (LPSTP)Constructed of a well-graded, self-adjusting, self-filtering stone (no filter fabric underlayment)

  22. Looking DS, digging floodplain bench & placing soil along toe of right bank GOODWIN CREEK – CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 -DERRICK

  23. Forming pile of stone into LPSTP, looking DS - BEND #1 GOODWIN CREEK – CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 -DERRICK

  24. Sloping upper bank - BEND #1 GOODWIN CREEK – CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 -DERRICK

  25. Final grooming and sloping of mid & upper bank - BEND #1 GOODWIN CREEK–CONSTRUCTION-FEB 27, 2007–DANNY KLIMETZ

  26. Andrew has a gully idea, Derrick is stunned - BEND #1 GOODWIN CREEK – CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 –NICK JOKAY

  27. The cutting, toting, & planting crew, I mean the workshop participants GOODWIN CREEK–CONSTRUCTION-FEB 27, 2007–DANNY KLIMETZ

  28. Live Siltation behind the LPSTP – Bend 1 GOODWIN CREEK–CONSTRUCTION-FEB 27, 2007–DANNY KLIMETZ

  29. Planting RPM trees & shrubs planted at specific heights above the water GOODWIN CREEK–CONSTRUCTION-FEB 28, 2007–DANNY KLIMETZ

  30. Soil was soft enough in places Live Stakes could be pushed in - BEND #1 GOODWIN CREEK–CONSTRUCTION-FEB 28, 2007–DANNY KLIMETZ

  31. Or slap a Sycamore with the trackhoe & release a thousand seeds GOODWIN CREEK – CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 -DERRICK

  32. We talked the Pennington sales rep out of 4 bags of “Pennington SLOPEMASTER Mix” grass seed. This seed worked well in our application. Extreme upper bank was not as lush or robust as other areas. Possibly a lack of moisture issue? GOODWIN CREEK–CONSTRUCTION-FEB 28, 2007–DANNY KLIMETZ

  33. Rolling and spreading hay - BEND #1 GOODWIN CREEK – CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 –SHARLA LOVERN

  34. BEFORE & AFTERS OVER TIMEBEND #1

  35. Looking US, Feb 2007 - BEND #1 GOODWIN CREEK – CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 –NICK JOKAY

  36. Looking US, working on it - BEND #1 GOODWIN CREEK – CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 –NICK JOKAY

  37. Looking US – Construction Complete - BEND #1 GOODWIN CREEK – CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 –NICK JOKAY

  38. Looking US @ BEND #1 - One month later GOODWIN CREEK – ALMOST ONE MONTH – MAR 28, 2007 -DERRICK

  39. Looking US @ Bend #1 – 2.5 months later GOODWIN CREEK – 2.5 MONTHS – May 18, 2007 – DAVE BIEDENHARN

  40. Looking US @ Bend #1 – 4 months later GOODWIN CREEK – 4 MONTHS – July 3, 2007 – FROM DERRICK

  41. 2.4 YEARS LATER-Looking US @ Bend #1 – Rooted stock & pole plantings growing exceptionally well! 2.4 YEARS LATER-GOODWIN CREEK – FROM DERRICK-7-3-2009

  42. 3.1 YRS LATER-Looking US @ project bank. Early in growing season & beavers have been busy. 3.1 YRS LATER-GOODWIN CREEK-PIX DERRICK 4-7-2010

  43. 3.4 YRS LATER-Looking US @ the project bank. Willows have roared back & other veg growth has been phenomenal 3.4 YRS LATER-GOODWIN CREEK-PIX DERRICK 7-2-2010

  44. Looking US @ a Bendway Weir – Bend #1 – 4 months later GOODWIN CREEK – 4 MONTHS – July 3, 2007 – FROM DERRICK

  45. Looking US from the ERR @ Bend #1 – 8 months later GOODWIN CREEK – 8 MONTHS LATER– NOV 12, 2007 – FROM DERRICK

  46. Looking US @ Bend #1 – 8 months later GOODWIN CREEK – 8 MONTHS LATER– NOV 12, 2007 – FROM DERRICK

  47. 2.4 YEARS AFTER PROJECT COMPLETIONPhotos by Derrick JULY 3, 2009BEND # 1

  48. 2.4 YEARS LATER-Looking DS @ constructed & vegetated stabilized bank in Bend #1. Most rooted stock plants are 6 to 18 ft tall. 2.4 YEARS LATER-GOODWIN CREEK – FROM DERRICK-7-3-2009

  49. 2.4 YEARS LATER-Looking DS @ constructed & vegetated stabilized bank in Bend #1. Most rooted stock plants are 6 to 18 ft tall. 2.4 YEARS LATER-GOODWIN CREEK – FROM DERRICK-7-3-2009

  50. 2.4 YEARS LATER-Upper bank Sycamore Live Stakes are growing well. Several are 6 to 12 ft tall. 2.4 YEARS LATER-GOODWIN CREEK – FROM DERRICK-7-3-2009