City of Griffin Stream Bank Restoration Program
Alford, J. Eric
McLeod, M. Brad
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Urban growth and development has adversely affected the water quality, stability, and biotic integrity of the streams within the city of Griffin, Georgia. The implementation of corrective measures for addressing stormwater runoff is an integral part of the City's Stormwater Management Program. The program objective is to improve water quality and biological function of the watershed by incorporating structural and non-structural Best Management Practices (BMP's). Stream Bank Restoration is a structural BMP that requires physical restoration and enhancement of features within the watershed to complete the water quality improvement process.