Nothing more beautiful than a river flowing over cobble!

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At Eco-Hydro, we take our cues from natural systems.  Whether you're interested in enhancing your local fishery, stabilizing critical infrastructure, solving an erosion problem, creating a wetland to filter stormwater, or revegetating a former mine site, we're here to help you develop and implement a plan that complements the inherent biological and physical systems to create a self-reinforcing solution.

A solution that works from the bottom-up, and gets better through time!

Please take a look at the site to learn more, and contact us if we can be of service in any way.  


The City of Steamboat Springs is building a great revitalization project on Yampa Street, and we're designing river accessibility and bank stabilzation features to better connect the river to downtown Steamboat.
Shot of some of the completed resilient restoration design and construction work completed in Fall 2015 on the North Fork of the Big Thompson River.

We're excited to be working on the Little Thompson Watershed Coalition's River Way and Silo 2013 Flood Recovery Project with our partners, EQR and HydroGeo Designs. (Summer and Fall 2016)


Existing condition of Little Thompson River - post-2013-flood. We'll be coming up with a resilient design and build concept for this reach.
Downstream shot at completed habitat restoration work on the Popo Agie River in Lander.

Next time you're in the Big Thompson Canyon, take a detour along the North Fork of the Big Thompson River to check out the recently completed, 2.5 mile restoration of the Lower North Fork. (Completed Fall 2015, Design-Build with FlyWater)


Stay tuned for news on the City of Steamboat Springs Yampa Street Revitalization Project, and the urban bank stabilization and river access design on the banks of the Yampa River we're providing. (Summer and Fall 2016)


EQR and Eco-Hydro recently completed construction of 0.5 mile of low flow trout habitat restoration on the Middle Fork of the Popo Agie River in beautiful Lander, Wyoming.  If you're in Lander this summer, head to City Park and pull out the fly rod!  (Winter 2016)