Every Job and Every Day Are Different

Every Job and Every Day Are Different

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The hydroseeding machine and the crew may be the same as last month or last year, but every job is different. Each project has its own variables—tricky slopes, tight timelines, rain that just won’t quit, and more. Finding the right combination of seeds, mulch, and other ingredients so that soil  … Read More

Heavy-Duty Support

Heavy-Duty Support

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There are few more compelling images of the American adventure than those of the Old West. Whether depicted in fiction, photos, film, or ballads, they celebrate the heyday when gold, copper, and silver were king. While many succeeded but most just found high prices, disappointment, and hard work, the allure  … Read More

The Many Faces of Permeable Pavers

The Many Faces of Permeable Pavers

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The world of permeable pavers is multifaceted. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They can be placed in a wide range of configurations to match tastes, function, or budgets. They can play a central role in meeting a wide variety of water-quality improvement goals. Projects employing permeable  … Read More

It’s in the Wind

It’s in the Wind

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EPA has a commonly accepted statement on dust: “One car making one pass on one mile of dirt or gravel road one time each day for one year creates one ton of dust.” It doesn’t have a comparable statement regarding horses, but a similar calculation might be possible.  … Read More

Essentials for Working in Water

Essentials for Working in Water

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Cofferdams and turbidity curtains may be neither high tech in performance nor especially exciting in appearance. If they’re made carefully and function the way they are supposed to, they seem, in fact, rather routine. But the work that they make possible is far from routine. They make possible high-tech projects  … Read More

A Showcase of Innovation

A Showcase of Innovation

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While the British were bemoaning their failed attempt to retake America in 1812, the Commonwealth of Virginia was busy preparing to avert any future invasions. The small town of Lexington, VA, located in a geographically well-protected southwestern corner of the state in the Shenandoah Valley, was deemed a perfect location  … Read More



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