Working under an on-call contract with Montgomery County, MD, Angler Environmental restored approximately 3,640LF of Booze Creek, which is located on lands owned by Maryland National Capital Parks and Planning Commission (MNCPPC). The project required extensive bank grading and fill operations, along with the installation of over 2,500 linear feet of access roads and multiple stream crossing bridges.  Restoration features installed by Angler Environmental included cross vanes, j-hooks, riffle grade control structures, and soil wraps. Utilizing E&S inspections from its Stormwater Division, Angler Environmental provided National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) inspections to ensure client compliance with stormwater regulations. Upon completion of restoration activities, all disturbed areas were seeded, matted, and replanted with trees, shrubs, and livestakes.