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Bernard Riendeau Farm, NRCS VT

 

Albany, Vermont

Under D&K’s on-call contract with NRCS for Planning, Design, & Implementing Conservation Practices, the firm designed two projects for the Bernard Riendeau Farm. The first project consisted of 645 ft of streambank protection along the Black River. D&K performed site survey, conducted a hydrologic and hydraulic analysis and stability calculations, and designed riprap and bioengineered stabilization protection measures to reduce erosion and siltation loadings into the river and to prevent farmland loss. The second project was a new 100 ft by 120 ft by 12 ft deep water supply pond. The purpose of the pond was to provide fresh water for livestock. For the pond design, D&K performed a site survey and conducted hydrologic and hydraulic analysis. The project was completed under the Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP).

  • Streambank Protection, Water Supply Pond
  • Streambank Protection, Water Supply Pond Streambank Protection, Water Supply Pond

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