Project Description

The Sand Creek Corridor runs through the center of Newton, KS. Built by the Corps of Engineers in the 1960s, it was designed to alleviate flooding problems. The T-WALL Retaining Wall System was selected to restore the corridor and surrounding ecosystem. The restoration encompassed 1.7 miles of the corridor and included bank restoration, creation of 35-acres of wetlands, and two hardwood tree planting areas. Native grasses were planted along the creek.

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