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Title: VEGETATION DOES NOT TAKE A LONG TIME TO GET ESTABLISHED GOODWIN CREEK, MS. CONSTRUCTED AS A HANDS-ON WORKSHOP, MARCH 2007


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VEGETATION DOES NOT TAKE A LONG TIME TO
GET ESTABLISHED GOODWIN CREEK, MS.
CONSTRUCTED AS A HANDS-ON WORKSHOP, MARCH
2007
2
Looking US, Feb. 2007 - BEND 1
  • GOODWIN CREEK CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 NICK
    JOKAY

3
Looking DS at supercritical flume-good hydro data
  • GOODWIN CREEK FLOOD APR 6, 2005

4
THE PLAN
  • Actually Derricks cheat sheet

PIX BY DANNY KLIMETZ
5
LETS GET IT STARTED
6
1 of 7 trucks stuck
  • GOODWIN CREEK CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 DANNY
    KLIMETZ

7
Typical post-project cross-section
CUT
FILL
LPSTP
8
Looking DS, digging floodplain bench placing
soil along toe of right bank
  • GOODWIN CREEK CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007
    -DERRICK

9
Sloping upper bank - BEND 1
  • GOODWIN CREEK CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007
    -DERRICK

10
Dave Derrick teaching some of the 44 workshop
participants
  • GOODWIN CREEKCONSTRUCTION-FEB 27, 2007DANNY
    KLIMETZ

11
The cutting, toting, planting crew, I mean the
workshop participants
  • GOODWIN CREEKCONSTRUCTION-FEB 27, 2007DANNY
    KLIMETZ

12
Positioning planting RPM trees shrubs - BEND
1
  • GOODWIN CREEKCONSTRUCTION-FEB 28, 2007DANNY
    KLIMETZ

13
Or slap a Sycamore with the trackhoe release a
thousand seeds
  • GOODWIN CREEK CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007
    -DERRICK

14
Rolling and spreading hay mulch - BEND 1
  • GOODWIN CREEK CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 SHARLA
    LOVERN

15
BEFORE AFTERS OVER TIME BEND 1
16
Looking US, Feb 2007 - BEND 1
  • GOODWIN CREEK CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 NICK
    JOKAY

17
Looking US Construction Complete - BEND 1
  • GOODWIN CREEK CONSTRUCTION - FEB 2007 NICK
    JOKAY

18
Looking US _at_ Bend 1 2.5 months later
  • GOODWIN CREEK 2.5 MONTHS May 18, 2007
    DAVE BIEDENHARN

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2.4 YEARS AFTER PROJECT COMPLETIONPhotos by
Derrick JULY 3, 2009BEND 1
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2.4 YEARS LATER-Looking US _at_ Bend 1 Rooted
stock pole plantings growing exceptionally well!
2.4 YEARS LATER-GOODWIN CREEK FROM
DERRICK-7-3-2009
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2.4 YEARS LATER-Looking US _at_ Bend 1 Rocked
Riffle vegged bank
2.4 YEARS LATER-GOODWIN CREEK FROM
DERRICK-7-3-2009
22
2.4 YEARS LATER-Looking DS _at_ upper end of Bend
1. THIS IS WHAT WATER SEES!!!!
2.4 YEARS LATER-GOODWIN CREEK FROM
DERRICK-7-3-2009
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Soil was soft enough in places Live Stakes could
be pushed in - BEND 1
  • GOODWIN CREEKCONSTRUCTION-FEB 28, 2007DANNY
    KLIMETZ

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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
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2.4 YEARS LATER-Sycamore Live Stakes growing well
on upper third of bank (10-12 ft above base flow
water surface elevation). Sycamore Live Stakes
are 6-10 ft tall with robust growth.
2.4 YEARS LATER-GOODWIN CREEK FROM
DERRICK-7-3-2009
26
Looking downstream, what a difference 2
years after the project was completed makes
!!
July 2009
Early 1997
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