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Stream Crossing

Web image: Photo of livestock using a constructed stream crossing. Click photo for full page view Web image: Photo of a stream crossing with fencing which restricts livestock to a small area, protecting the streambed and banks from damage caused by wandering animals. Click photo for full page view
A stream crossing provides a safe, stable
passage for livestock or equipment
A stream crossing with fencing restricts
livestock to a small area, protecting the
streambed and banks from damage caused
by wandering animals
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Web image: Photo of a small stream that has been damaged by frequent and uncontolled access by livestock. Click photo for full page view Web image: Photo of an NRCS Resource Conservationist and landuser standing near a completed stream crossing with fencing. Click photo for full page view
This small stream is damaged from frequent,
uncontrolled traffic by livestock. A stable
constructed stream crossing is needed with
fencing to limit access
An NRCS Resource Conservationist and
landuser discuss the success of a completed
stream crossing with fencing
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Web image: Photo of a stream crossing. Click photo for full page view  
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