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The IECA Great Lakes Chapter is a non-profit organization of professionals who realize the benefit of “exchanging” information with others to preserve and improve the quality of our environment.
Urban stream erosion protection utilizing stone toe and natural rolled erosion control products.
Streambank stabilization and reconstruction
utilizing rock toe.
Bio-swale construction used to slow, infiltrate, and treat stormwater to reduce erosion with live native plant materials and natural erosion control blanket materials.
Coir logs utilized for bank erosion protection along with long term temporary erosion blanket and permanent turf reinforcement matting.

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Join IECA regional forum for the exchange and review of information related to the causes, effects, management, long-term impacts, solutions for soil erosion and sediment control, stormwater management and water quality impairment. How it works?

Improving the quality of our water resources

Over 50% of the Rivers, Streams, Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds surveyed by the USEPA are considered “Threatened” or “Impaired”

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Sediment and the nutrients and pathogens carried by sediments comprise the top three sources of water quality impairment in lakes, rivers, and streams in the Great Lakes.

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