Completed in 2016, on the Illinois River near Tahlequah, Oklahoma, this bank stabilization project main goal was to stabilize the river bank from further erosion adjacent to HWY 10. To provide such stabilization, this 2900 linear foot project consisted of re-aligning the river channel away from the highway, creating a new floodplain that was easily accessible in high flows for energy dissipation and construction of four boulder vanes to assist with deflecting the flow regimes. Funding for this project was provided by the Oklahoma Conservation Commission.