Wetlands mitigation is part of Bayfield bridge project

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Wetlands mitigation is part of Bayfield bridge project

Neighbors question expansion of wetlands
The scene can change every day, but the 'Bayfield Twin Bridges Replacement and Shared Use Projects' construction site along the Bayfield Parkway looked last weekend. The project, along with the wetlands mitigation activity associated with it, will continue into next year.
The Pine River flowing south looks different without the bridges on Bayfield Parkway.
Dump trucks have been using the 10-foot-wide access road between West North Street and Little Pine River Park to remove dirt excavated to create a new wetlands area in the park.
The nature path signs explaining aspects of what is officially called Little Pine River Park now surround the excavation activity that will eventually result in a new wetlands area. The project will mitigate the impact on wetlands near the new bridge site.
The existing nature path winds north between a new wetlands excavation site and the Little Pine River.

Wetlands mitigation is part of Bayfield bridge project

The scene can change every day, but the 'Bayfield Twin Bridges Replacement and Shared Use Projects' construction site along the Bayfield Parkway looked last weekend. The project, along with the wetlands mitigation activity associated with it, will continue into next year.
The Pine River flowing south looks different without the bridges on Bayfield Parkway.
Dump trucks have been using the 10-foot-wide access road between West North Street and Little Pine River Park to remove dirt excavated to create a new wetlands area in the park.
The nature path signs explaining aspects of what is officially called Little Pine River Park now surround the excavation activity that will eventually result in a new wetlands area. The project will mitigate the impact on wetlands near the new bridge site.
The existing nature path winds north between a new wetlands excavation site and the Little Pine River.
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