“Helping Trout Get to Their Nests,” One Culvert at a Time.
I admit that as a biologist, the way I describe much of the work TU does is much more complex and wonky than it probably needs to be…even to my own little boy. He recently turned five and has been really pushing to join me for a day at work in the field. It finally happened in November, when da
Channel Reconstruction Below Lower Weber River Diversion
I shot this timelapse of final pool and river channel reconstruction during November 2013. This was a Weber County Emergency Watershed Protection project designed to stabilize the irrigation diversion after the floods of 2011. With TU engagement we were able to ensure that the ecological value
East Canyon Creek Volunteer Christmas Tree Revetments
The Weber River supports one of the last remaining populations of Fluvial Bonneville cutthroat trout. Fluvial fish are much like salmon by migrating between the mainstem river and tributaries, sometimes over large distances. Making sure fish can make these migrations into the tributaries is an
Weber County finalizing stabilization work at the Lower Weber River Diversion located near the mouth of Weber Canyon near Ogden, Utah. TU engagement help to produce a win-win stabilization solution that benefited the county and the water users, while preserving a critical scour pool, which was h
This photo is of the restoration reach of the Ogden River.