Stream Corridor Restored
Targets by Geospatial Area
The following Geospatial Areas have or should have Projects that contribute results for this Performance Measure. If a Geospatial Area has a Target value it is displayed below.
Stream Corridor Restored – Streams are land areas owing their physical and biological characteristics to the presence of surface water or shallow groundwater for a significant duration of the growing season in most years.
Project Completion – A Stream Corridor Restored project is complete when construction, grading and initial revegetation are complete. Plantings, Bank Stabilization, LWD Installation, Fence Installed, Grade Stabilization are all considered restoration activities. In many cases, additional work may continue as practitioners irrigate vegetation, monitor results, close financial accounts or permits.
Annual Reportable Units - The number of linear feet restored or enhanced that was completed during the construction season and will not need any further construction work. Linear feet should only be reported when personnel are sure that no future construction, grading or substantive new vegetation planting will be necessary in the area. Care should be taken not to double count area in projects spanning multiple years.
This information should be entered into the Project Tracker by the implementing agency’s project manager within 30 days of project completion. Projects that take place over more than one year should report on the annual reportable units completed by December 31st of each calendar year.
Bank, In-stream, Riparian Buffer
Plantings, Bank Stabilization, LWD Installation, Fence Installed, Grade Stabilization