In 2007, The Doan Brook Watershed Partnership completed a 400' stream restoration project on the south branch of the Doan. The project re-established the in-stream habitats that had been destroyed by channelization, entrenchment and culverting -- creating meanders, reconnecting the stream with its floodplain and establishing a narrow riparian corridor with native plants. Read more...
Doan Brook Watershed Projects
Learn about partnership conservation and restoration projects; currently in-action, as well as completed projects with results.
Saturday, October 01, 2011
Saturday, December 01, 2007
A successful stream restoration project at Woodbury School in Shaker Heights was completed in 2007, thanks to a grant of $7,700 from the Lake Erie Protection Fund. The stream was denuded of a riparian corridor, entrenched and channelized upstream from the South Woodland Road bridge. The absence of a stage-two stream channel created stagnation that exacerbated eutrophication, or excessive aquatic algal blooms. Read more...
Friday, September 01, 2006
From 2002 - 2006, the DBWP administered $457,625 with the general goal to improve water quality in the Doan Brook watershed. $252,923 was provided through Federal (319) funds and $204,702 was granted from local match funds. Specific goals included the reduction of non-point source pollution through pollution prevention education, volunteer participation and implementation of stream restoration. Read more...
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