It is one of the precepts all students are taught in medical school. It reminds a physician that he or she must always consider the possible harm any intervention might cause. It also applies quite accurately to the process of restoring rivers, streams and wetlands. The very act of “restoring” any body of water implies that you do no harm.
Rivers can play host to an immense variety of species, many of them microscopic. Whether reducing excessive erosion or enhancing habitat for fish, we not only tread lightly on the delicate ecosystem that exists, we strive to protect and enhance it. Learn More about EcoBlu!