U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Aliannah Bartok/Released 210715-M-MO237-0001.JPG
Jun 7, 2021
A stream in the process of being restored in the Grant’s Landing residential housing area, filters water that runs off into the Neuse River at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point, North Carolina, July 29, 2015. The Environmental Affairs Department (EAD) responded to concrete lined ditched carrying contaminants to the Neuse River by removing the concrete ditches, restoring the natural curves in the streamline. They put down coconut fiber matting to give the banks steadiness for the planted shrubbery, grasslands and trees to filter water from the storm drains before making it to the streamline. (U.S. Marine Corps Courtesy Photo by: Jessica Guilianelli)
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