MS4 communities Londonderry and Mt. Joy townships needed to find a way to reduce sediment and nutrient pollution entering Conewago Creek. For this project, the township served as the lead […]
Dover Township to achieve pollutant reductions through floodplain restoration to fulfill obligations of a Regional Pollution Reduction Plan.
The project included an evaluation of alternatives and conceptual design to restore and stabilize the stream, floodplain and riparian ecology
LandStudies designed and constructed the 11.5-acre floodplain restoration to restore an active, connected, and functional floodplain.
LandStudies was hired by the Borough of Lititz to restore a wetland within the floodplain of Lititz Run that has been affected by historic human activity such as mill operations, channel straightening, road development and bridge construction, which have indirectly and directly led to the alteration and degradation of the stream and associated floodplain wetlands.
The project addresses Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) and Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) permit requirements
LandStudies provided professional services for native ecological habitat restoration relative to the development of the Chestnut Grove Natural Area
This project was a component to the TMDL alternative developed by PA DEP and SRBC for the Chiques Creek Watershed
These green infrastructure components provide cost-effective stormwater management that collects and infiltrates rain water that flows from multiple sources
LandStudies has provided a wide array of technical services to the Maryland State Highway Administration