Constructed in 2015, the Stewart River Project in Two Harbors, MN was constructed in conjunction with a Wildland Hydrology Level 4 Design Course and funded by Lake County Soil and Water District. The project was broken up into an Upper Reach and a Lower Reach due to an 800’ stable reach in-between the two reaches. In-stream grade control using a diverse mixture of logs and boulders were installed to re-create the natural pattern, profile and dimensions. Beaver ponds were created to provide stable habitat and to re-direct them from harboring in the newly constructed main channel. Aquatic habitat was constructed using the methods of Toe Wood and Oxbow rearing ponds that are accessible year round by all adolescent species.