Creating the spillway for a farm pond, with the power tilt attachment on an excavator.
Pond basin. Created with track loader and mini excavator.
Finished irrigation pond collecting water.
Scraping the topsoil off for farm pond.
Finished farm pond basin.
Moving trees with as little impact as possible.
Adding in waterlines at a farm.
Armoring wet areas in a motorized vehicle trail in state forest.
Moving lots of stone with little equipment!
Boardwalk in need of repair.
Adding in new posts and making the deck level once again.
Lifting the boardwalk to the proper height and adding new supports.
The start of an accessible trail.
The beginning of a trail reroute. This new layout will be much more sustainable.
Cut in trail
New gate installed to manage trail users in a state park.
Repairing an overused wet area of a motorized vehicle trail.
New approach to a bridge, Wrentham State Forest.
Early morning start!
This was the entrance to a multi-use trail at an intersection at High Rock area in Gilbert Hills State Forest in Foxboro, MA. It was to be closed off and rerouted to a more sustainable location.
Trail entrance after reconstruction. Suitable for walking only.
Motorized trail vehicles and mountain bikes can use this reroute.
Scraped off the sod and loam on this hill in Ashfield MA, and created a more level site for a green house. The sod and loam was then spread back over the surface.
Making swales with the rototiller above the greenhouse site.
The base of a "no dig" accessible trail, Eagle Reserve, Royalston, MA.
Transferring from the Transcar to the Muck Truck to make it across the small bridge to finish the trail in Royalston.
Muck Trucking across the bridge.
Adding the surface material to the accessible trail in Royalston, MA.
A vibratory compactor on a track loader making sure the base material is ready for the surface.
The view at the end of the trail.
An eroded hillside in South Hadley, MA
Using live willow plantings, coir logs, and two tiers of concrete blocks we were able to stabilize the hillside.
Before photo of a muddy section of a multi-use trail in Wrentham State Forest, MA.
One year after repair.
Newly built barn in Canton, Ct, no access to the back of barn, badly eroded from runoff.
Tractor access added, trailer bay, rainwater catchment system, cart access.
Accessible Trail Loop around Gilmore Pond in Westborough, MA.
Recycled granite curbing staircase in Newton, MA
Installing geotextile on the existing trail bed to create an accessible surface.
Finished accessible Trail, Marlboro, MA
Installing loam along the edges of trail.