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Contact:  Win-Cres Chapter

Funding: Lessard-Sams 2011

Goals: Reduce bank erosion, increase cover, reconnect stream to its floodplain, add native plant species whenever appropriate and possible, improve/increase sunlight to streams and increase trout angling opportunities.


 Sloping and stabilization of stream banks.

• Installation of overhead cover for trout.

• Installation of soil erosion blankets.

• Mulching and seeding of exposed stream banks with native species and removing undesirable woody species.

• Improvement of stream crossings

Implementation: Construction was completed in 2012.

Project Contributors: Trout Unlimited and the MNDNR

Spring 2019 flood damage

An unusual combination of environmental factors in spring 2019 caused damage to many stretches of this and neighboring creeks, including portions within the habitat improvement site(s).  MNTU is in the process of reviewing the project site and developing repair plans, which may include design revisions.  Appropriate repairs will be made after amended permits are secured.


Garvin Brook, Winona County

East Indian Creek, Wabasha County