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Michigan’s Pere Marquette River bank stabilization nears end

This aerial photograph shows the mostly-completed bank stabilization project on the trout- and steelhead-rich Pere Marquette River in the east-central portion of the Lower Peninsula. (CRA Photo)

A nearly completed bank stabilization along the Pere Marquette River near Baldwin, Mich., will stop further erosion of a steep stream bank and prevent potential failure of a railroad embankment.
The $520,000 project is north of the Flint Rainbow Club property downstream from the M37 crossing of the river. Work also involved moving the river about 15 feet away from the train embankment bank and restoring the channel to a 50-foot width.

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