Archive for August, 2013

Construction season

August 2, 2013

Working across three states and many different watersheds, our construction season often lasts from April through October. While we have already completed a number of projects including a dam removal in Oregon and a mile-long channel reconstruction on O’Dell Creek near Ennis, Montana, we are now in the thick of construction with projects on the Sandy River and Little Fall Creek in Oregon, and Sinclair Creek in Montana. Before the summer is over, we’ll have completed restoration and fish passage projects in fifteen watersheds across our work area. With our excellent staff and proactive clients, we are enhancing stream corridors for fish and wildlife, one project at a time!

Moving on from conference season

August 2, 2013

We enjoyed a successful conference season which started with the River Restoration Northwest Conference in January, and recently ended with the International Fish Passage Conference in Corvallis at the end of June. RDG is a regular conference sponsor and we often present at restoration and fisheries conferences in Montana and Oregon. These events provide a venue to reconnect with colleagues and clients and to exchange ideas with other practitioners in the field. With that, we move on to construction and field work season!