Managing Forests for Water Quality: Stream CrossingsWildland Resources Faculty Publications
PublisherUtah State University Extension
This fact sheet outlines when a stream crossing is needed and describes three types of crossings: culverts, fords and bridges. Basic information on constructing each type is given, and sources for materials and further information are listed.
Citation InformationDaniels, B., D. McAvoy, M.R. Kuhns, and R. Gropp. 2004. Managing forests for water quality: Stream crossings. USU Extension Forest Facts, NR/FF/009. Peer reviewed. 6 pp.