Beautiful Restoration

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Garber Agri-Business of Big Horn just completed the South Park Little Goose Creek Stream Restoration project and judging from the results it is a "Beautiful Restoration." Cheryl Harrelson, founder and operator of Steady Stream Hydrology, Inc. of Sheridan, designed the layout of the stream restoration project that often had her "in the stream" directing the placement of boulders by Paul Garber, Pete Masters (the talented master heavy equipment operator) and others from Garber Agri-Business during the course of the project. The project is similar to the Kendrick Park Stream Restoration project and consists of 10-15 rock and bolder structures along the course of Little Goose through South Park. From the parking lot behind the Volunteers of America (VOA) on South Sheridan Avenue you can easily view this "Cross Vane" structure that replaced an old irrigation diversion constructed of old tires, broken concrete and railroad track debris. You can also view several other structures looking north and south from where the future foot bridge will cross Little Goose across the street from the RENEW building on South Sheridan Avenue. Later this month the pathway project through South Park will be complete and you'll be able to walk the pathway and easily view some of the other in-stream structures. For more about river restoration and education visit: http://www.steadystreamhydro.com/ and for a bit more on Garber Agri-Business see: http://www.manta.com/c/mmj9qdw/g...

 From the parking lot behind the Volunteers of America (VOA) on South Sheridan Avenue you can easily view this "Cross Vane" structure that replaced an old irrigation diversion constructed of old tires, broken concrete and railroad track debris.
From the parking lot behind the Volunteers of America (VOA) on South Sheridan Avenue you can easily view this "Cross Vane" structure that replaced an old irrigation diversion constructed of old tires, broken concrete and railroad track debris.