White Paper

11 Pages
  • 11 Pages

Streambank Stabilization Techniques


Landscape modification concerns arising with new building developments.

Increasingly, state environmental agencies and the Environmental Protection Agency are requiring developers to work with environmental professionals to create plans that will eliminate or severely lessen the amount of erosion along streams and creeks. Using both natural and manmade efforts to reduce waves and keep the streambed elevated. Before starting on any project to preserve a stream's existing location or alter it sufficiently to reduce erosion, it's worth reviewing the latest and most popular methods used to reduce or eliminate erosion and other destructive forces that can come with increased development, which are outlined in this white paper.

Learning Objectives

  • Review stabilization terms for hard and soft erosion prevention.
  • Gain knowledge of EPA guidance, including the regulatory agency's best practices.
  • Identify vegetation and plantings - the first method of stream stabilization.
  • Recognize the next step up in natural reduction of erosion and flooding.



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