Innovations in Practice

Reaching New Heights in
Bridge Construction

Northern Colorado

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Photo caption: Innovations in practice are demonstrated
using engineered log jams in the South Fork of the Kings River
Restoration Project, Kings Canyon National Park.

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Innovations in Practice

43 Days and Counting:
Expedited Rebuild of a Century-Old Bridge

Glacier National Park, Montana

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Photo caption: Innovations in practice are demonstrated
with the expedited rebuild of a century-old bridge in
Glacier National Park, Montana.

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Innovations in Practice

Use of Engineered Log Jams

Kings Canyon National Park, California

Photo credit: Federal Lands Highway

Photo caption: Innovations in practice are demonstrated
using engineered log jams in the South Fork of the Kings River
Restoration Project, Kings Canyon National Park.

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Innovations in Practice

Restoring Natural Drainage Flow

Halstead Meadow, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, California

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Photo caption: Innovations in practice are demonstrated through
restoring natural drainage flow at Halstead Meadow,
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.

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