Rogers Gap Design/Build Stream Restoration Project
The Rogers Gap Stream Restoration Project is a stream restoration project funded by the State of Kentucky Finance Cabinet with funds from the Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife (KY F&W) Fee In-Leu Of (FILO) program. This particular project is a design/build project.
Bluegrass Stream partnered with HMB Engineers and Beaver Creek Hydrology in order to provide a complete package deal for the project. HMB Engineers and Beaver Creek Hydrology performed the engineering tasks while Bluegrass Stream provided the construction and implementation of the design.
The Rogers Gap project is located in Scott County, KY at the Veterans Memorial Wildlife Management Area (WMA). The restoration project includes preservation, enhancement, establishment, and re-establishment of approximately 160,000+ linear feet of various streams located within the watershed of a 2,500 acre parcel of land managed by (KY F&W).
Various structures such as rock cross vanes, constructed riffles, rock/log native riffles, and vertical snags will be used to provide grade control, bank stabilization, and aquatic habitat to the restored watershed. Native trees, shrubs and grasses will be planted throughout the riparian corridor of the mitigation site as well.
- Approximately 160,000+ linear feet of stream being preserved, enhanced, established or re-established to the watershed.
- Complete watershed restoration project of approximately 2,500 acres.
- Various rock and wood structures installed to provide bank stabilization, grade control and aquatic habitat to the stream.
- Native riparian corridor was established.