Completed in 2015 in Saratoga, Wyoming, the Ryan Ranch Bank Stabilization Project was a private project designed by the NRCS to stabilize a river bank on the North Platte River that was losing 40 feet of bank each year during the Spring runoff. The design implemented was four 100’ boulder structures to assist in turning the flow regimes in high flows. In the spacing between the boulder structures, Toe Wood was installed to also ensure bank stability in high flows but to also serve as in-stream aquatic habitat. Once all in-stream revetments were constructed, transplanting of willows in the newly constructed flood plain was installed to help with vegetation establishment and stability.