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Soil bioengineering involves the use of living plant materials to stabilize surface soils, restore destabilized slopes, revegetate eroding slopes and riparian areas, and provide habitat. 

Current Environmental has extensive experience assessing sites, providing prescriptions, and implementing soil bioengineering works. 

With British Columbia’s diverse topography and often wet climate, erosion and slope stability are common issues in a range of site conditions. In particular, steep slopes, shorelines, riverbanks, and road cuts are areas that experience excessive erosion and slope failures. Current Environmental staff are highly experienced in using soil bioengineering techniques to provide immediate and lasting solutions to erosion, sediment loss, and slope stability, while providing long term habitat value and ecological resilience. 

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