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312 BC

2019-12-31T03:45:49+00:00

The Roman Empire was one of the first cultures to perform large-scale water engineering.

312 BC2019-12-31T03:45:49+00:00

1900

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130 stream restoration companies were operating in Washington. Their primary job: clearing logs from rivers.

19002019-12-31T03:49:42+00:00

1930s

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On the brink of World War II, large dam construction accelerated.

1930s2019-12-31T06:04:10+00:00

1960s

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"Detroit riprap" was used up until the late 20th century to stabilize river banks.

1960s2019-12-31T06:05:26+00:00

1970s

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Growing concern about environmental degradation led to extensive federal legislation in the 1970s, including the National Environmental Policy Act (1970); Clean Water Act (1972); Endangered Species Act (1973); U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (1975).

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1980s

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Four fly-fishing scientists created Inter-Fluve to restore rivers to the blue ribbon fisheries they once were.

1980s2019-12-31T06:42:14+00:00

1990s

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Large cities began integrating the natural environment with urban design in ways the Romans never dreamed of.

1990s2019-12-31T06:26:49+00:00

2000s

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Nationwide, 1300 dams have been removed from 1912 through 2015. We’ve been involved in over 100 of them.

2000s2019-12-31T06:48:40+00:00

2010s

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Throughout the Northeast, we’re restoring ecological processes to wetlands including degraded cranberry bogs.

2010s2019-12-31T06:29:43+00:00

2020s

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In California, we’re working with wineries bordering Dry Creek and the Sonoma County Water Agency to provide critical habitat for young coho salmon and steelhead trout.

2020s2019-12-31T06:41:38+00:00