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Managing A Rivers' Restoration

Managing A Rivers' Restoration


Rob Harmon Prickly Pear Creek, Montana  (credit: TED)


Environmental restoration efforts, especially those which offer creative solutions that can be replicated elsewhere, are worth following. Rebuilding any degraded ecosystem such as a de-watered river system requires a combination of knowledge from ecology, hydrology, and engineering but also business savvy that can be applied to a site-specific situation.

Environmental engineer and entrepreneur, Rob Harmon, explains his management strategy to restoring de-watered Prickly Pear Creek in Montana returning it back to a thriving trout stream. Harmon used a business, solutions-based, approach that he explains to a TEDx audience. His win, win, win results speak for themselves. WHB


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