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Restoration of landslides and unstable slopes can provide significant challenges. Steep slopes, low soil fertility, unstable soils, compacted tills, flowing silts, and other adverse conditions are typical of many forest landslides. Successional reclamation (Polster, 1989) and soil bioengineering (Schiechtl, 1980) can be used to provide a self-sustaining vegetation cover on many forest landslides and unstable slopes. Soil bioengineering or biotechnical slope stabilization is the use of living plant materials to perform some engineering functions, whether it be simple erosion control with grass and legume seeding or more complex slope stabilization with live cuttings and other plants. These techniques can be used in conjunction with conventional engineering.


Link to these Slope Stabilization Projects:

Soil Bioengineering with Live Pole Drain System/ Riparian Habitat Restoration (Sheep Creek)

Landslide Restoration on Forestry Road within a Domestic Watershed (Springer Creek)

Landslide Restoration in Domestic Watershed, Adjacent to Fish Bearing Stream (Heart Creek)

Stabilization of Highway Cut Slope Trials using Compost and Straw Wattle Applications (Moyie Bluff, 2003)

Machine Assisted Planting on Slope Failure above Railways (Moyie 18 Mile pit)

Slope Failure Restoration using Spyder Hoe Assisted Planting on Steep Slope (Walker’s Landing Road) UPDATED

Teck Cominco Riverbank Restoration Project (Teck Cominco) UPDATED

Control of Accelerated Gully Erosion on Pipeline Right-of-Way (T-Pit)

Creston Veterinary Hospital Bank Stabilization Project



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Steep Slope Stabilization Projects