Late spring runoff on Comanche Creek


In early May I had the privilege to visit some of our projects on Comanche Creek during the tail end of the snowmelt. This is the Upper Comanche wetland complex that our work has served to re-hydrate and raise the watertable of 1000 feet of the valley length.  The log and sod dams are protected from the prolific elk herds by the fences you can see in the photo.  The elk still have access to the vast majority of the wetlands, but the restorative infrastructure is protected.

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