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Watershed restoration planned for Washington's Jack's Creek

Environmental, Sound Rivers

Posted on January 20th, 2022

A nine-element watershed restoration plan for Washington’s Jack’s Creek moved forward this week with a site visit from partners in its restoration. Sound Rivers is managing the North Carolina Land and Water Fund grant and coordinating the project with the Mid-East Commission, East Carolina University, North Carolina State University Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Kris Bass Engineering and the City of Washington. Here, ECU Assistant Professor Guy Iverson takes notes on Wednesday’s sampling as Professor Charlie Humphrey talks to the rest of the team across Jack’s Creek.

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