This map of terror shows that the army of bulldozers, yellow crime scene tape and other tree-fellin' materials are about to move north of the Toll Road, as the ongoing stream
Actually, the things we learned from the earlier process in the Glade and Snakeden reaches were that 1) WSSI, the company doing the work on this multi-year project, has tried hard to be responsive to community concerns but has to cut down trees to do its work and 2) Restonians love trees.
Both groups will have a chance to meet again during the first meeting about the next phase of stream restoration from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday at Forest Edge Elementary.
If you live East of Reston Parkway and north of the Dulles Toll Road, you are invited to hear about Reston’s Stream Restoration Project in the Colvin Run watershed. Preliminary designs are underway for the Uplands – Tall Oaks area. Learn about the history and purpose of the restoration project and the plans for this segment.In the meantime, you can read WSSI's nifty brochure. You'll notice this fancy brochure is on the "Inter Web," so maybe fewer trees were felled in its production.