Join us Monday, October 20, 11 am, for the ribbon cutting.
New timber bridges are popping up all over northern Michigan as modern road/stream crossing replacements for aging, poorly designed, and deteriorating structures.
One of the newest has recently been completed on Springbrook Road over the North Branch of the Boyne River. The previous undersized culverts prevented natural movement of sediments, causing impounding of sand and water upstream of the crossing over decades. The Conservation Resource Alliance (CRA) coordinated the design, engineering, and construction of this nearly $300,000 project over the last couple of years and plans a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate this beautiful improvement to the Boyne in 2013.
These projects are only possible with the help and support of many dedicated partners. The list of involved stakeholders for this new bridge and site restoration is long and diverse. Check out the complete summary for this effort by clicking on the link below:
RSVPs are requested by October 15 to email@example.com or call 231-946-6817.