B St trail follows an obsolete railroad right of way. This project will remove the remnant railroad trestle, which aggravates erosion.
The railroad bed remains separating the creek from its floodplain and is eroding with time. Vegetation from this area, though originally somewhat sparse, was removed to prepare for this phase of construction work.
Native camas flourishes amidst spring rains.
The project will reduce creekbank erosion.
The B St trail is a popular destination, easily accessible from Forest Grove yet not far from farms and the foothills of the Coast Range.
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