The Chesapeake Watershed Initiative (CWI) at Franklin & Marshall College is a brand new collaborative that will use applied research and knowledge, education, and outreach to achieve stewardship and restoration […]
“By virtue of its function and purpose, floodplain restoration enables the project to utilize the floodplain area in a storm water capacity. While the primary goal is restoration, the secondary […]
Registration is now open for the winter Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional (CBLP) certification program Level 1 training. This interactive three-day course will combine online learning with a field day. LandStudies’ […]
What: LandStudies Director of Design, Ben Ehrhart, will be presenting on the topic of using the floodplain restoration approach to managing stormwater during a webinar hosted by the Pennsylvania Housing […]
The project included an evaluation of alternatives and conceptual design to restore and stabilize the stream, floodplain and riparian ecology
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.