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  • Flowers grow wildly near Jordan Creek.
  • Interpretive signage educates the public about the project and water quality protection.
  • Trees and vegetation help to shade and cool the stream and provide wildlife habitat and other benefits of a vegetated riparian corridor.
  • People run along the trail of Jordan Creek.
  • Phase 1 in 2010, looking east from National where native wildflowers and grasses have established.
  • Phase 1 in 2007, looking east from National.
  • Creek gravel and rocks give phase 2's concrete creek bottom a more natural appearance, and allows it to function more like a natural stream.
  • Looking west between Prospect and National during a large rain event.
  • Water flows through the new stream channel during a large rain event.
  • Phase 2 is completed and vegetation established.
  • Staff and volunteers planting native plants.
  • Installation of erosion control blanket to stabilize new slopes along Phase 2.
  • Construction of the new stream channel and adjacent trail.
  • Demolishing the top of the concrete box between Prospect and Fremont during construction of Phase 2 of the project.
  • The top of the concrete box between Prospect and Fremont prior to construction of Phase 2 of the project.
  • Phase 1 of the project between National and Prospect has been completed and seeded.
  • Placement of articulated block mats in the newly constructed channel.
  • Construction workers place articulated concrete block mats in the channel to stabilize it from erosion but allow vegetation growth.
  • The concrete box has been removed and the stream channel graded.
  • Photo of the concrete box reduced to rubble, waiting to be removed.
  • The top of the concrete box seen at ground level.
  • Looking west from Prospect at the top of the concrete box prior to construction of Phase 1.

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