Table Monitoring Types, Success Criteria, and Schedule for Sterling Stream Bank Repair Project, Woodside, ca




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Table 1. Monitoring Types, Success Criteria, and Schedule for Sterling Stream Bank Repair Project, Woodside, CA.

Monitoring Type

Method

Success Criteria

Schedule

Responsibility

Stream bank width

Permanent cross sections at beginning, middle and end of project reach (surveyed or GPS)

Bank width stability over time

Semi-annual assessment for first year.

Annually for 6 years after project completion.



Hydrologist/Engineer

Root Development/ Cribwall Stability

Assess degree of root development and interlocking vegetation within cribwall

Qualitative Assessment

Annually for 6 years after project completion

Hydrologist/Engineer

Plant Survival and Percent Cover

Percent Cover and Enumeration of Native Plant Survival

Minimum of 90% Percent Cover of Native Vegetation on Site

Annually in Spring for 6 years after project completion

Restoration Contractor/ Biologist

Invasive Species

Percent Cover of Invasive Species

Maximum of 10% cover of invasive herbaceous, shrub, and canopy species.

Annually in Spring for 6 years after project completion

Restoration Contractor/ Biologist

Table 2. Plant List for Sterling Bank Repair Project

Common Name Species Family Type Origin Planting Zone

Zone 1

American Dogwood Cornus sericea ssp. sericea Cornaceae Shrub Native to Watershed 1- Lower Bank/Cribwall

Arroyo Willow Salix lasiolepis Salicaceae Tree/Shrub Native to Watershed 1-Lower Bank/Cribwall

Red Willow Salix laevigata Salicaceae Tree Native to Watershed 1-Lower Bank/Cribwall

Sitka Willow Salix sitchensis Salicaceae Tree/Shrub Native to Watershed 1-Lower Bank/Cribwall

Shining Willow Salix lucida ssp. lasiandra Salicaceae Tree Native to Watershed 1-Lower Bank/Cribwall

Western Rush Juncus occidentalis Juncaceae Herb Native to Watershed 1-Lower Bank/Cribwall

Pacific Bog Rush Juncus effusus var. pacificus Juncaceae Herb Native to Watershed 1-Lower Bank/Cribwall

Spreading Rush Juncus patens Juncaceae Herb Native to Watershed 1-Lower Bank/Cribwall

Tall Cyperus Cyperus eragrostis Cyperaceae Herb Native to Watershed 1-Lower Bank/Cribwall



Zone 2

White Alder Alnus rhombifolia Betulaceae Tree Native to Watershed 2-Mid Bank/Cribwall

American Dogwood Cornus sericea ssp. sericea Cornaceae Shrub Native to Watershed 2- Mid Bank/Cribwall

Arroyo Willow Salix lasiolepis Salicaceae Tree/Shrub Native to Watershed 2-Mid Bank/Cribwall

Red Willow Salix laevigata Salicaceae Tree Native to Watershed 2-Mid Bank/Cribwall

Sitka Willow Salix sitchensis Salicaceae Tree/Shrub Native to Watershed 2-Mid Bank/Cribwall



Zone 3

White Alder Alnus rhombifolia Betulaceae Tree Native to Watershed 3-Upper Bank/Cribwall

American Dogwood Cornus sericea ssp. sericea Cornaceae Shrub Native to Watershed 3-Upper Bank/Cribwall

Arroyo Willow Salix lasiolepis Salicaceae Tree/Shrub Native to Watershed 3-Upper Bank/Cribwall

Sitka Willow Salix sitchensis Salicaceae Tree/Shrub Native to Watershed 3-Upper Bank/Cribwall

California Blackberry Rubus ursinus Rosaceae Shrub/Vine Native to Watershed 3-Upper Bank/Cribwall

Coast Live Oak Quercus agrifolia var. agrifolia Fagaceae Tree Native to Watershed 3-Upper Bank/Cribwall

Zone 4

Blue Elderberry Sambucus mexicana Caprifoliaceae Shrub Native to Watershed 4-Terrace

California Buckeye Aesculus californica Hippocastanaceae Shrub/Tree Native to Watershed 4-Terrace

Box Elder Acer negundo Aceracea Shrub/Tree Native to Watershed 4-Terrace

Oceanspray Holodiscus discolor Rosaceae Shrub Native to Watershed 4-Terrace

Hairy Honeysuckle Lonicera hispidula var. vacillans Caprifoliaceae Vine Native to Watershed 4-Terrace

Creeping Snowberry Symphoricarpos mollis Caprifoliaceae Shrub Native to Watershed 4-Terrace

Toyon/Christmas Berry Heteromeles arbutifolia Rosaceae Shrub Native to Watershed 4-Terrace

Common Yarrow Achillea millefolium Asteraceae Shrub Native to Watershed 4-Terrace

Blue Wildrye Elymus glaucus ssp. glaucus Poaceae Herb Native to Watershed 4-Terrace

Blue-eyed-grass Sisyrinchium bellum Iridaceae Herb Native to Watershed 4-Terrace

Douglas' Iris Iris douglasiana Iridaceae Herb Native to Watershed 4-Terrace

Foothill Needlegrass Nassella lepida Poaceae Herb Native to Watershed 4-Terrace

Purple Needlegrass Nassella pulchra Poaceae Herb Native to Watershed 4-Terrace



Aprox .Elevation (above creek surface elevation)

Zone 1: 0 – 8 feet Toe/Lower Bank/ Cribwall

Zone 2: 8 – 12 feet Mid Bank/ Cribwall

Zone 3: 12 – 15 feet Upper Bank/Cribwall

Zone 4: 15 – 20 feet Terrace

Note: List may need to be modified based on plant availability. All substitution species will be the same types of native riparian species (i.e. tree/shrub/herb), and native to the San Francisquito Creek watershed. Plant numbers, densities, and sizes to be determined. Species should be planted to overlap between zones.

TABLE 3. Sterling Bank Repair Planting List from December 2008 planting (by Acterra).

Species Name Common Name Quantity  

Aesculus californica California Buckeye 6  

Acer macrophyllum Big Leaf Maple           3  

Acer macrophyllum Big Leaf Maple           1

Alnus rhombifolia White Alder           3  

Artemisia douglasiana Mugwort          12  

Heteromeles arbutifolia Toyon         10  

Holodiscus discolor Oceanspray 10

Lonicera hispadula Hairy Honeysuckle          45

Populus balsmifera Black Cottonwood           3  

Rosa californica California Rose          12

Rubus parviflorus Thimbleberry           12

Rubus ursinus California Blackberry          90  

Sambucus mexicanus Blue Elderberry          10

Total 211

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