Projects filed under: Steep Slope Restoration/Rehabilitation

A long-term noxious weed (link to service page) client suffered a large landslide in the winter of 2019, after a gutter stormwater pipe (tight line) burst at the top of their slope. This landslide was approximately 10 feet from their home foundation and required immediate attention. Large projects like this...

Client Name:

Residential Owner

Skills:

Landslide Mitigation, Drainage Installation

Year

2020
Our construction crew was asked to demolish and remove structures on a highly technical steep slope in Poulsbo. This included a 80 foot staircase spanning half the distance of the steep slope, a 12×12 beach hut, and a beach deck. Material in this project was treated in creosote or other...

Client Name:

Hood Canal Coordinating Council

Skills:

Marine High Bluff Shoreline Demolition

Year

2020
Peninsula Environmental Group recently participated in an English Ivy remediation effort along the pedestrian ramp off of Oak St. in Downtown Port Angeles. This community project was organized by Carolyn Wilcox (ExperienceOlympic) and volunteers included local community members and the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe’s re-vegetation team, and Peninsula Environmental Group....

Client Name:

Downtown Port Angeles

Skills:

Noxious Weed Remediation

Year

2019
Peninsula Environmental Group, Inc. developed and installed a mitigation plan on a landslide and road reconstruction project with Northwestern Territories, Inc. In summer of 2018 a watermain failure caused a large landslide on a maintenance road to the Dungeness Lighthouse, the lighthouse at the end of the Dungeness Wildlife Refuges’...

Client Name:

New Dungeness Lighthouse Association

Skills:

Evaluation & Analysis & Land Stewardship

Year

2019
To learn more about our slope rehabilitation services click here. This shoreline restoration project in the Sequim Bay area involved a thorough slope assessment to identify any issues with the slope that we could help with. Our assessment indicated invasive plant species presence, sparse vegetation, signs of improper stormwater management causing...

Client Name:

Residential Client

Skills:

Shoreline Restoration, Noxious Weed Control, Sustainable Landscaping

Year

2019
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This project was designed to remove invasive plant species and install native vegetation to reduce rainwater disturbance, provide slope stabilization, and enhance wildlife habitat. Following noxious weed removal, we installed over 800 native plants on this residential shoreline property to help achieve these goals. We adhered to best management practices...

Client Name:

Residential Owner

Skills:

Invasive Plant Removal, Native Vegetation Installation, Slope Stabilization, Wildlife Habitat, Noxious Weed Removal

Year

2017
  • Marine-slope-shoreline-arborist-reports
To learn more about our slope rehabilitation services click here. This video collage is compiled from a marine shoreline restoration and steep-slope stabilization project in Blyn Washington. Our crew installed coir erosion fabric, erosion logs and many native plants into the slope. This design intends to inhibit future sediment erosion, strengthen...

Client Name:

Residential Owner

Skills:

Marine Shoreline Restoration, Steep-Slope Stabilization, Landscaping Installation

Year

2017
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To learn more about our slope rehabilitation services click here. Following tree removal on a shoreline in Port Angeles, Peninsula Environmental installed over 1,000 native low growing trees, shrubs and herbaceous herbs and grasses on this shoreline steep slope. Plants were chosen for their suitability in a nearshore environment, tolerance to...

Client Name:

Residential Owner

Skills:

Native Plant Installation, Steel Slope Restoration, Slope Stabilization, Vegetation Management, Erosion Control, Professional Landscape Design

Year

2015