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A new bioengineered approach for Wakamow

from Moose Jaw Times-Herald

The river bank was stable for many decades until the flood in spring 2011. The River Bank Stabilization Project was born as the first of its kind bioengineered river bank stabilization project in Saskatchewan at a cost of approximately $1.25 million. "This type of bioengineered approach is the first of its kind in Western Canada," said Margaret Moran, CEO of Wakamow Valley Authority, "but this method has been used extensively in Ontario and also in Western U.S. — Wyoming, Montana and Colorado — very successful. It's less expensive than the traditional hard engineered approach. It's better for aquatic environment." more


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