Stream Crossing Boot Camp

To improve the capacity of CD staff to implement better stream crossing projects at the county level.


  • Target Audience: CD staff responsible for field project part of DGLVR Program.
  • 2.5 days
    • Day 1: 10:00am‐5pm (focus on stream crossing basics)
    • Day 2: 8am‐5pm (focus on stream surveying and active Culvert install)
    • Day 3: 8am‐3pm (Grade control and instream structures, active Culvert install)
  • Classroom and field
  • Held in State College (see below for address, directions link, and map)
  • Limited to 20 attendees at a time


  • Agenda (710 KB): Draft agenda. (Updated 3/25/19)
  • Classroom Sessions (MS Powerpoint Downloads)
    • Session 1: Introduction (6.81 MB)
    • Session 2: Survey Basics (4.26 MB)
    • Session 3: Bankfull (36.1 MB)
    • Session 4: Stream Crossing Replacement Policy/District Process/Grant Application (3.85 MB)
    • Session 5: Longitudinal Profile Survey for Successful Culvert Replacement (9.74 MB)
    • Session 6: Permitting (17.8 MB)
    • Session 7: Grade Control (10.1 MB)
    • Session 8: Baffles (5.23 MB)
    • Session 9: Geomorphic Assessment Worksheet (610 KB)

Timelapse Videos

Scare Pond Road Pipe Installation

Shaver Creek Road Pipe Installation (Upstream)

Shaver Creek Road Pipe Installation (Downstream)


  • Look for new dates in 2020


These sessions are free to Conservation Districts and DEP staff, although registration is required to make sure we have adequate space and lunches. If you have any questions please call Kathy Moir at 814-865-5355 for registration assistance.

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