The Whittlesey Creek in Wisconsin had become swift-moving due to a lack of naturally downed trees. By adding carefully placed logs into the water, the creek has slowed down, providing shelter for a variety of aquatic life to thrive in the pools and riffles that now dot the creek. Read more here.
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