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Acushnet Sawmill Ecological Restoration

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Presentation from public meeting on final plans for ecological restoration at Acushnet Sawmill on the Acushnet River in Southeastern Massachusetts.

Presentation from public meeting on final plans for ecological restoration at Acushnet Sawmill on the Acushnet River in Southeastern Massachusetts.

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  • 1. ACUSHNET SAW MILL ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION PUBLIC MEETING JANUARY 9, 20131
  • 2. AGENDA • INTRODUCTIONS by Buzzards Bay Coalition • PROPOSED CONCEPT PLAN by Consultant Team (EA and Bioengineering Group) • COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS2
  • 3. Timber Emergent Overlook Marsh MILL POND Field Stone Wall Canoe Launch and Fishing Upland Access Meadow Stone Amphitheater Upland Educational Meadow Display and Site for Future Visitor Center Stabilized Aggregate Shoreline Walking Path Stabilization Red Maple Swamp Stabilized Aggregate Multi-Use Path R IVE Timber TR Boardwalk ACUSHNET SAW MILL E HN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION US AC SCHEMATIC DESIGN PLANPrepared by: The Bioengineering Group, Inc.
  • 4. ACUSHNET SAW MILL: EXISTING VIEW FROM MILL ROAD
  • 5. ACUSHNET SAW MILL ENTRY: AFTER
  • 6. ACUSHNET RIVER STREAMBANK: EXISTING CONDITIONS
  • 7. ACUSHNET RIVER STREAMBANK RESTORATION: AFTER 5 YEARS

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